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LIBRARY 

ANDOVER NEWTON 
THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL 



GENERAL CATALOGUE 



OF 



Andover T. heological Seminary 

1927 

WITH BIOGRAPHICAL DATA FOR 

1909-1927 



Supplementing the General Catalogue of 1908 



Compiled by 
The Reverend OWEN H. GATES, Ph.D. 

Librarian of the Andover-Harvard Theological Library 



Samuel Usher 

289 congress street 

boston, mass. 



HO'/O 






CONTENTS 

Preface iv 

Trustees of Phillips Academy 1 

Trustees of Andover Theological Seminary .... 4 

Visitors 5 

Presidents 7 

Professors 8 

Instructors 10 

Lecturers 12 

Librarians 13 

Biographical Record of Alumni 14 

Deaths, 1908-27, arranged by years 126 

Index of Officers 133 

Index of Alumni 137 



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PREFACE 

The present volume serves as a supplement to the elaborate General 
Catalogue prepared by the Rev. C. C. Carpenter, and dated 1908, the 
centennial year of the Seminary, which was also the year of its removal 
to Cambridge. It supplies an address list of living Andover students, 
whether of the earlier or the later period; a necrology arranged by years, 
for the period 1908-27; and a record of the service to church and education 
rendered since 1908 by Andover men. It excludes as needless duplication 
the names of the men, nearly 2500 in number, whose records had in 1908 
been already closed by death, and the earlier records of the men then 
living. The former volume suffices for such information. By direction 
of the Trustees, the names of the officers of instruction and government 
have been included from the beginning, in order to present a clearer 
picture of those who have been responsible for the history of the school. 

The new volume was proposed in 1919, and a questionnaire was sent 
out at that time; but for good reasons the work was stopped, and the plan 
was not revived until the summer of 1926, when my connection with it 
began. The earlier questionnaire is the basis of the present work, and 
this time the alumni have been annoyed only by way of supplementing 
and correcting what I could learn from the 1920 replies and from the fine 
collection of catalogues and year books at hand here in Cambridge. The 
volume is not a rival, either in accuracy or fulness, of the 1908 issue, or of 
the catalogues of other seminaries; on the contrary, I undertook it at the 
request of the Trustees with the distinct purpose to hold it within moderate 
limits both of time and costs — a purpose that seems to need no labored 
justification. I would have it a model only in its modesty, its self-limita- 
tion and in real, homely, practical service, which after all is the heart of 
the matter. 

The relocation of the Seminary in Cambridge in 1908, and its affiliation, 
formal and informal, with other Cambridge schools, have raised problems 
even in the compiling of an alumni catalogue, especially in the treatment 
of names of men not candidates for the Andover degree. 

A century ago the normal career of an Andover student was graduation 
after three years of study in the school. Fifty years ago this norm had 
largely disappeared. During the twenty-five years from 1870, thirty- 
seven per cent of the students were not graduated, but either gave up 
theological study or completed it somewhere else (in case of seventy per 
cent of these men). More significantly still, during that period forty- 
eight per cent of all students were at some time students in other semi- 
naries. Clearly Andover Seminary, while still on the Hill, had become 
quite familiar with the idea of sharing with sister institutions the work 
of preparing men for the ministry. The fact has its bearing upon the 
problem of its future work. Clearly also, the type of man attracted by 
Andover has been that which goes and gets what it wants where it is to be 
found. May this always be true! 

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PREFACE 

The removal to Cambridge brought the Seminary to a place where 
students were to be found; and they found Andover, as their fathers had 
found it fifty years ago. Few men have been graduated, but more men 
have received instruction from Andover instructors in the nineteen years 
in Cambridge than in the previous twenty-seven years; and this in spite 
of drawbacks which need not be rehearsed here. To omit the names of 
men who were not primarily registered in Andover would be to ignore to 
that extent the real service of the school, and to shut our eyes to the full 
measure of success that has attended the removal. 

Accordingly for the period since 1908, in this catalogue as in the annual 
catalogues, the names of all students are listed who have received instruc- 
tion from Andover instructors. The entries are according to the following 
scheme: Graduates, both early and late, are given in bold faced type 
under the year of their graduation; as for others, before 1908 they are 
listed as in the former catalogue, and, since 1908, in the first full year 
of their study. In case of all later students, the years of their study are 
given in the parenthesis, and if they are primarily members of another, 
affiliated, school, the initials of the school are given. An illustration 
follows, which may help to explain the explanation. JOHN DOE (1914— 
16 S. T. B.) means that he was graduated from Andover in 1916, after 
studying here two years, 1914-15, and 1915-16. Richard Roe (1914-15; 
1915-16 Epis. T. S. stu.; 1916-17 Harv. gr. sch. stu.; 1917-18 Harv. D. S. 
stu.) would mean, if he survived the experience, that he studied in An- 
dover four years, 1914-18, the first year being registered in Andover, the 
other years in other schools as indicated. 

I have not been at pains to replace the Congregational title " Pastor" 
by the technical title appropriate to other denominations, as no ambiguity 
seems to be involved, and especially as I note that some churches which 
employ various titles do not take the trouble to discriminate between 
them in their own year books, and most replies received do not report 
exactly. 

No attempt has been made to account for every year of a man's mature 
life, and his service to church and higher education has received more 
attention than other callings. War service is ordinarily limited to service 
abroad. 

The abbreviations used are not excessive for works of this kind, and 
will be easily understood by readers who are ordinarily familiar with 
church and school terms. Uniformity of abbreviation and of names of 
schools has not been deemed essential. 

It is a pleasure to testify to the personal courtesy and cordiality of 
those who have given the information asked from them, both the alumni 
themselves and the various school offices addressed. At the same time 
I seem to read between the lines of the returns, and especially of the non- 
returns, more or less indifference on the part of most of the men to such 
a publication as this; but all signs point to the desirability of more fre- 
quent and less formal communications between school and alumni, if the 
ideal sympathetical relationship is to be realized. 

Owen H. Gates. 

July 25, 1927. 



TRUSTEES OF PHILLIPS ACADEMY 

By an Act passed June 19, 1807, the Massachusetts General Court authorized the Trustees 
of Phillips Academy in Andover to hold additional property for the conduct of a theological 
institution in the Academy. The trust was accepted by vote Sept. 2, 1807, and the Seminary 
was opened for instruction Sept. 28, 1808. Its legal status remained unchanged until April 1, 
1907. 

1778-1790 *Samuel Phillips President 1778-90 

1778-1794 *John Phillips President 1791-94 

1778-1802 *William Phillips President 1794-96 

1778-1818 *Oliver Wendell Treasurer 1795-1803 

1778-1802 *John Lowell 

1778-1781 *Josiah Stearns 

1778-1791 *Elias Smith 

1778-1795 *William Symmes 

1778-1809 "Jonathan French Clerk 1778-1809 

1778-1802 *Samuel Phillips President 1796-1802 

1778-1826 *Eliphalet Pearson President 1802-1821 

1778-1808 *Nehemiah Abbot Treasurer 1778-95 

1781-1803 *David Tappan 

1786-1793 *Ebenezer Pemberton 

1791-1827 *William Phillips President 1821-27 

1795-1807 *Samuel Abbot 

1795-1836 *Mark Newman Clerk 1809-33 

1795-1801 *Jacob Abbot 

1795-1826 *Jedidiah Morse 

1801-1820 *John Phillips (Son of Judge Samuel Phillips) 

1802-1823 *John Phillips (Son of William Phillips) 

1802-1828 *Josiah Quincy 

1802-1846 *Samuel Farrar Treasurer 1803^0 

1804-1856 *Daniel Dana 

1809-1837 *Abiel Holmes 

1810-1833 *John Adams 

1811-1848 *Samuel Hall Walley Clerk 1833-39 

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TRUSTEES 

1820-1838 "Jonathan Phillips 

1820-1853 "Justin Edwards President 1850-53 

1823-1843 "Samuel Hubbard President 1827-43 

1826-1835 "Benjamin Blydenburg Wisner 

1826-1840 "John Hubbard Church 

1827-1837 "William Bostwick Banister 

1829-1837 "Jeremiah Evarts 

1831-1850 "Samuel Turell Armstrong President 1843-50 

1833-1837 "Osgood Johnson 

1835-1846 "Ebenezer Burgess 

1837-1845 "William Cogswell 

1837-1881 "Ebenezer Alden 

1838-1871 "Samuel Harvey Taylor Clerk 1839-71 

1839-1858 "Samuel Fletcher Treasurer 1841-50 

1839-1856 "Brown Emerson 

1841-1847 "Rufus Anderson 

1844-1863 "John Aiken President 1854-57 

1846-1860 "Luther Fraseur Dimmick 

1846-1849 "Willard Child 

1846-1864 "William Joseph Hubbard President 1857-64 

1847-1852 "Samuel Cram Jackson 

1848-1850 "Samuel Hurd Walley 

1850-1878 "Seth Sweetser President 1864-78 

1850-1852 "Daniel Noyes Treasurer 1850-52 

1851-1870 "Linus Child 

1852-1868 "John Lord Taylor Treasurer 1852-68 

1852-1858 "William Hyde 

1856-1876 "William Augustus Stearns 

1858-1873 "Reuben Atwater Chapman 

1858-1885 "Alpheus Hardy President 1878-85 

1858-1870 "Amos Blanchard 

1861-1899 "Daniel Taggart Fiske President 1885-99 

1863-1867 "Edward Silas Tobey 

1866-1869 "John Kingsbury 

1867-1893 "Edward Taylor Treasurer 1868-89 

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TRUSTEES 

1868-1882 *Edmund Kimball Alden Clerk 1871-72 

1870-1900 *Joshua Wyman Wellman 

1870-1880 *Peter Smith 

1871-1873 *Frederic William Tilton Clerk 1872-73 

1873-1901 *Cecil Franklin Patch Bancroft Clerk 1873-1901 

1874-1905 *Thomas Hastings Russell 

1874-1897 * Joseph Samuel Ropes 

1876-1911 *Alexander McKenzie 

1878-1904 *William Henry Willcox 

1881-1903 *Robert Roberts Bishop President 1900-03 

1881-1902 *Franklin Carter 

1885-1902 *Alpheus Holmes Hardy Treasurer 1889-1901 

1886-1908 *James Gardiner Vose 

1886-1888 "Horace Fairbanks 

1889-1898 *Rowland Hazard 

1893-1899 *Theodore Moody Osborne 

1899-1919 *George Brown Knapp 

1899- James Hardy Ropes Clerk 1901-03 

1901- Clarence Morgan 

1901- James Cowan Sawyer Treasurer 1901- 
1901-1908 *Charles Orrin Day 

1902-1909 *George Harris President 1903-1909 

1902- Clifford Herschel Moore 

1902- Alfred Lawrence Ripley 

1903- Alfred Ernest Stearns Clerk 1903- 
1905- Henry Lewis Stimson 

1906-1907 *Charles Lothrop Noyes 



TRUSTEES OF ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL 

SEMINARY 

By Act of the Massachusetts Legislature, approved April 1, 1907, the Trustees of Phillips 
Academy then in office were incorporated as a new board under the name of the Trustees of 
Andover Theological Seminary, empowered to hold the property and conduct the affairs of the 
Seminary with the same rights, duties, powers and obligations in relation to the Seminary as 
hitherto pertained to the Trustees of Phillips Academy. 

1907-1907 *Alexander McKenzie See Class of 1861 

1907-1907 *James Gardiner Vose 

1907-1919 *George Brown Knapp 

1907-1907 James Hardy Ropes See Class of 1893 

1907-1907 Clarence Morgan 

1907-1908 James Cowan Sawyer Treasurer 1907-08 

1907-1908 *Charles Orrin Day Class of 1877 

1907-1914 *George Harris See Class of 1869 President 1907-14 

1907-1907 Clifford Herschel Moore 

1907-1908 Alfred Lawrence Ripley 

1907-1919 Alfred Ernest Stearns 

1907-1907 Henry Lewis Stimson 

1907-1923 *Charles Lothrop Noyes See Class of 1880 

1907-1917 George Angier Gordon 

1907-1916 Nehemiah Boynton See Class of 1882 President 1915-16 

1907- Harry Pinneo Dewey See Class of 1887 

1907- Harry Norman Gardiner 

Professor of Philosophy Smith College 1888-1924 and 
emeritus 

1907-1908 *George Perry Morris 

1907-1907 * Arthur Grimes Stanwood 

1907-1908 Frank Gaylord Cook Clerk 1907-08 

1908-1919 *Burton Payne Gray Clerk 1908-19 
Died Sept. 6, 1919 

1908- William Frederick Whittemore Treasurer 1908- 

1908- Samuel Usher 

1908-1914 *Frank Ashley Day 

Died in St. Augustine, Fla. Jan. 15, 1914 

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TRUSTEES 

1908- Arthur Beebe Chapin 

b. Nov. 17, 1868; A.B. Amherst 1891; Mayor of Hol- 
yoke 1898-1904; State Treas. Mass. 1904-09; Bank 
Commissioner 1909-12; v. pres. Am. Trust Co., Boston, 
from 1912. 

1909-1915f Frederick Harlan Page See Class of 1893 

1915-1926 *Edwin F. Fobes 

Died in Lexington, July 13, 1926 

1915-1917 Albert Parker Fitch See list of Professors 

1915-1922f Harris Grafton Hale See Class of 1891 

1917- Charles Francis Carter See Class of 1882 President 

1918- 

1919-1926f and 1926- Frederick Harlan Page Clerk 1919- See 
also 1909-1915 

1921- Washington Irving Bullard 

b. Waltham, Feb. 22, 1881; Boston Univ. 1905; news- 
paper reporter and editor; manufacturing; v. pres. 
Merchants Nat. Bank, Boston 1917-26; dir. various 
mfg., financial and benevolent organizations; mayor of 
Danielson, Conn, three terms. 

1921- Harold Stearns Davis 

b. Manchester, N. H. Oct. 8, 1881; A.B. Harv. 1901; 
LL.B. 1904; clerk Old South Church, Boston; lawyer. 

1922f- Oliver Dana Sewall See Class of 1892 

1922- Willard Learoyd Sperry See list of Professors 



VISITORS 

The "Statutes of the Associated Foundation in the Theological institution in Andover," 
accepted by the Trustees, May 10, 1808, provide for a Board of Visitors. The Board was 
incorporated by Act of the Legislature, Jan. 17, 1824, as "Visitors of the Theological Institution 
in Phillips Academy in Andover." 

1808-1812 *Samuel Abbot 

1808-1841 *William Bartlet 

1808-1827 *Moses Brown 

1808-1808 MohnNorris 

1808-1816 "Timothy Dwight 

tin 1908 the Trustees invited the Alumni to make a nomination for a Trustee to be elected 
by the Board if they approved the nomination, the understanding between the nominee and 
the Alumni being that he should resign after a term of six years, to be followed by another 
Alumni representative chosen in the same manner. Later the invitation was modified so that 
the Alumni were invited to make nominations every three years, thus providing for two 
representatives. 



VISITORS 

1808-1819 *Samuel Spring 

1811-1826 *George Bliss 

1816-1832 *Calvin Chapin 

1819-1821 *Samuel Worcester 

1821-1837 *Jeremiah Day 

1826-1837 *William Reed 

1832-1849 *Heman Humphrey 

1837-1847 *John Codman 

1837-1843 *William Bostwick Banister 

1843-1850 *Seth Terry 

1848-1856 *Richard Salter Storrs 

1848-1857 *Mark Hopkins 

1850-1870 *Samuel Hurd Walley 

1856-1865 *William Theodore Dwight 

1858-1865 *Selah Burr Treat 

1865-1875 *Asa Dodge Smith 

1865-1878 *Ray Palmer 

1870-1874 Thomas Hastings Russell 

1874-1885 *Charles Theodore Russell 

1874-1892 *Julius Hawley Seelye 

1878-1879 *Gordon Hall 

1880-1888 *William Tappan Eustis 

1885-1895 *Joshua Newell Marshall 

1888-1897 *George Leon Walker 

1892-1896 *Alonzo Hall Quint 

1895-1912 *William Garry Bassett 

1896-1907 * Arthur Little See Class of 1864 

1897-1907 Henry Albert Stimson See Class of 1869 

1907-1922 *Samuel Valentine Cole See Class of 1887 

1912-1925 William Rogers Campbell See Class of 1881 

1920- Thomas Weston Clerk of Board 

b. Newton, Aug. 12, 1875; A.B. Harv. 1895; LL.B. 1899; 
member Newton bd. of Aldermen 1905-09 and Pres. 
1908-09; member Mass. House of Rep. 1915-18; 
Senate 1919-20; Judge of Newton District Court. 

Address 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

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VISITORS 

1922- Benjamin Albert Willmott President of Board 

b. London, Eng. Nov. 16,1868; grad. Bangor 1896; ord. 
Lee, N. H. July 1, 1896 and p. 1896-1900; Townsend, 
Mass. 1900-06; First ch. Lowell 1906-12; Bethany ch. 
Quincy 1912-15; Immanuel-Walnut Ave. — Eliot ch. 
Roxbury 1922-24; Athol from 1925. 

Address Athol, Mass. 

1925- Edwin Victor Bigelow 

b. Kingsport, N. S. June 9, 1866; B.A. Univ. Wash. 
1887; A.M. 1890 and Harv. 1891; S.T.B. Yale 1890; 
stu. Harv. D.S. 1890-91; ord. Cohasset Sept. 24, 1891 
and p. 1891-1901; Eliot ch. Lowell 1901-12; South ch. 
Andover from 1912. Address Andover, Mass. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE FACULTY 

From 1919 to 1921 the title was Dean 

1827-1834 *Ebenezer Porter 

1836-1842 *Justin Edwards 

1842-1853 *Ralph Emerson 

1853-1868 *Edwards Amasa Park 

1868-1877 *John Lord Taylor 

1877-1896 *Egbert Coffin Smyth 

1896-1899 *George Harris 

1899-1901 George Foot Moore 

1901-1908 *Charles Orrin Day 

1909-1917 Albert Parker Fitch 

1917-1921 *John Winthrop Platner Acting Pres. 1917-19; Dean 
from 1919. 

1922-1926 Willard Learoyd Sperry 



PROFESSORS 

CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY 

Abbot Professorship 

1808-1846 *Leonakd Woods 

1847-1881 *Edwards Amasa Park 

1883-1899 *George Harris See Class of 1869 

1900-1908 Edward Young Hincks See Class of 1870 

1909- Daniel Evans See Class of 1891 

SACRED LITERATURE 

Associate Professorship from 1908; title changed 1893 to Norris Professorship 

1808-1809 *Eliphalet Pearson 

1810-1848 *Moses Stuart 

1830-1833 *Edward Robinson 

Professor Extraordinary 

1848-1852 *Bela Bates Edwards 

1852-1864 *Calvin Ellis Stowe 

1864-1882 *Joseph Henry Thayer 

1883-1887 *Frank Edward Woodruff 

1888-1918 *William Henry Ryder See Class of 1869 

1920-1926 Henry Joel Cadbury See Class of 1909 

Assistant Professor of New Testament Interpretation 



SACRED RHETORIC 

Bartlet Professorship; Brown Professorship, 1819-24 

1809-1811 *Edward Dorr Griffin 

1812-1832 *Ebenezer Porter 

1819-1824 *James Murdock 

Brown Professor 

1833-1835 *Thomas Harvey Skinner 

1836-1847 *Edwards Amasa Park 

1848-1879 *Austin Phelps 

1879-1893 *William Jewett Tucker See Class of 1866 

1893-1893 Theodore Claudius Pease 

1896-1900 *John Wesley Churchill 

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PROFESSORS 

1901-1908 "Charles Orrin Day See Class of 1877 

1909-1917 Albert Parker Fitch 

b. Boston, Mar. 6, 1877; A.B. Harv. 1900; B.D. Union 
Theol. Sem. 1903; D.D. Amherst 1909 and Williams 
1914; ord. Flushing, L. I. Apr. 9, 1903 and p. 1903-05; 
Mt. Vernon ch. Boston, Mass. 1905-09; prof, and pres. 
of Faculty A. T. S. 1909-17; preacher to Harv. Univ. 
1909-17; Andover prof, in Harv. Univ. 1910-17; prof. 
History of rel. Amherst 1917-23; Carleton Coll. 1923-. 

1917-1926 Willard Learoyd Sperry 

b. Peabody Apr. 5, 1882; A.B. Olivet Coll. 1903 and 
Oxford Univ. Eng. 1907; M.A. 1912 and Yale 1909; 
D.D. Yale 1922 and Amherst 1923; ord. Fall River, 
Feb. 17, 1909 and asst. p. and p. 1908-14; Central ch. 
Boston 1914-22; assoc. prof. Pract. Theol. A. T. S. 
1918-22; prof. 1922-26; do Harv. Univ. on Andover 
foundation 1922-26; Trustee, A. T. S. from 1922; 
preacher to Harv. Univ. from 1922; dean of Theol. 
School in Harvard Univ. from 1922; prof. Homiletics 
Harv. Univ. from 1924. 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 

Brown Professorship 

1824-1828 *James Murdock 

1829-1853 *Ralph Emerson 

1853-1862 * Willi am Greenough Thayer Shedd 

1863-1904 *Egbert Coffin Smyth 

1901-1921 *John Winthrop Platner 

Also Taylor Professorship from 1917; Andover prof. 
Eccl. Hist. Harv. Univ. from 1908; died in Cambridge, 
Mar. 18, 1921. 

HEBREW LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

Hitchcock Professorship 

1837-1848 *Bela Bates Edwards 

1853-1866 *Elijah Porter Barrows 

1866-1882 *Charles Marsh Mead 

1883-1902 George Foot Moore 

1903-1926 William Rosenzweig Arnold 

Andover prof, of Hebrew, Harv. Univ. 1908-22; Han- 
cock Professor of Hebrew, Harv. Univ. from 1922. 



PROFESSORS 
BIBLICAL THEOLOGY 

Smith Professorship 

1868-1879 *John Lord Taylor 

1883-1917 Edward Young Hincks See Class of 1870 
Emeritus from 1917 

ELOCUTION 

Jones Professorship 

1868-1900 *John Wesley Churchill 

RELATIONS OF CHRISTIANITY AND SCIENCE 

Stone Professorship 

1878-1894 *John Putnam Gulliver 

BIBLICAL THEOLOGY AND HISTORY 

Taylor Professorship 

1883-1899 *John Phelps Taylor 

1899-1900 Charles Cutler Torrey See Class of 1899 



INSTRUCTORS 

SACRED LITERATURE 

1821-1823 Thomas Cogswell Upham 

1823-1826 *Edward Robinson 

1826-1827 *George Cone Beckwith 

1827-1829 *Joel Worthington Newton 

1828-1830 *Calvin Ellis Stowe 

1830-1831 *Leonard Woods, Jr. 

1834-1836 *Daniel Smith Talcott 

1836-1837 *Oliver Alden Taylor 

1845-1847 *Henry Boynton Smith 

1848-1848 *Horatio Balch Hackett 

1848-1852 *Edward Robie See Class of 1843 

1852-1853 *Elijah Porter Barrows 

1864-1864 *Charles Casey Starbuck 

1877-1879 *William Wells Eaton 

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INSTRUCTORS 

1882-1883 *Owen Street 

1893-1898 Charles Cutler Torrey 

1902-1908 Owen Hamilton Gates See Librarians 

1908-1909 William Robert Parkhouse Davey 

SACRED RHETORIC 
1829-1830 *Loammi Ives Hoadly 
1831-1832 *George Cone Beckwith 
1847-1848 *Baxter Dickinson 
1855-1855 *Eleazar Thompson Fitch 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 
1904-1906 William Ernest Hocking 
1904-1905 William Walter Rockwell See Class of 1900 
1906-1907 Bruce Wallace Brotherston See Class of 1906 

ELOCUTION 

1828-1829 *William Russell 

1829-1831 ^Jonathan Barber 

1838-1841 *Timothy Dwight Porter Stone 

1848-1849 *Francis Thayer Russell 

1850-1851 *Mark Bailey 

1853-1854 *Benjamin Franklin Rowe 

1862-1866 *Lewis Baxter Monroe 

1866-1868 *John Wesley Churchill 

1900-1907 Binney Gunnison 

1907-1908 Irvah Lester Winter 



MUSIC 
1836-1837 *Lowell Mason 
1838-1839 *George Frost Blunt Leighton 
1855-1860 *George Frederick Root 
1870-1873 *Harvey Leseur Whitney 
1874-1875 Charles Nelson Flanders See Class of 1874 
1893-1897 *Georg Bernhard Frese 
1897-1901 Reuben Merrill 

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INSTRUCTORS 

1901-1904 Rossiter Howard 

1906-1908 *John Bachelder 

1915-1922 Archibald Thompson Davison Also Organist and Chor- 
ister 1911-1919 



LECTURERS SINCE 1908 

HYDE LECTURESHIP ON FOREIGN MISSIONS 

1908-1909 The Rev. Otis Cary, D.D. 

1909-1910 The Rev. John Peter Jones, D.D. 

1911-1912 The Rev. Arthur Henderson Smith, D.D., LL.D. 

1911-1912 The Rev. George Frederick Herrick, D.D. 

1913-1914 John Raleigh Mott, LL.D. 

1916-1917 The Rev. James Levi Barton, D.D., LL.D. 

1920-1921 Robert Archey Woods, A.M. 

1921-1922 The Rev. Albert Wentworth Palmer, D.D. 

1922-1923 Talcott Williams, Esq. 

1923-1924 George Lyman Richards, M.D. 

1924-1925 The Rev. Lewis Hodous, D.D. 

1925-1926 Professor James Bissett Pratt, Ph.D. 

SOUTHWORTH LECTURESHIP ON CONGREGATIONALISM 

1908-1909 The Rev. Professor Arthur Cushman McGiffert, D.D., 
LL.D. 

1909-1910 Professor Thomas Nixon Carver, LL.D. 

1910-1911 Arthur Holbrook Wellman, LL.B. 

1910-1911 The Rev. Newman Smyth, D.D. 

1910-1911 The Rev. Professor Arthur Cushman McGiffert, D.D., 
LL.D. 

1910-1911 The Rev. Dan Freeman Bradley, D.D. 

1910-1911 The Rev. Nehemiah Boynton, D.D. 

1911-1912 Robert Archey Woods, A.M. 

1914-1915 The Rev. Ambrose White Vernon, D.D., LL.D. 

1915-1916 The Rev. Albert Elijah Dunning, D.D. 

1920-1921 The Rev. President John Martin Thomas, D.D., LL.D. 

1922-1923 George La Piana, S.T.M. 

1922-1923 Henry Joel Cadbury, Ph.D. 

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LECTURERS 

1923-1924 The Rev. Principal La whence Pearsall Jacks, D.D., 
LL.D. 

1924-1925 Professor Rufus Matthew Jones, D.D., LL.D. 

1925-1926 The Rev. Richard Roberts, D.D. 

OTHER LECTURERS 

Under Trustee Appointment 

1908-1909 The Rev. Professor William Adams Brown, D.D. 
Theology. 

1913-1914 The Rev. Professor Williston Walker, D.D., L.H.D. 
Ecclesiastical History 

1917-1918 The Rev. Raymond Calkins, D.D. 

Homiletics and Practical Theology 

1919-1920 Henry Joel Cadbury, Ph.D. 
New Testament 

1920-1921 James A. Fairley, A.B. 

The Rev. Ernest Graham Guthrie 

The Rev. Charles Edwards Park, D.D. 

The Rev. John Edgar Park, D.D. 

The Rev. George Thomas Smart, D.D. 

The Rev. William Ellsworth Strong, D.D. 

The Rev. John Wallace Suter, Jr. 
Homiletics and Practical Theology 

LIBRARIANS 

1808-1830 *Samuel Farrar 

1830-1833 *Edward Robinson 

1844-1848 *Rensselaer David Chanceford Robbins 

1848-1851 *Edward Robie See Class of 1843 

1851-1866 *Samuel Harvey Taylor 

1866-1905 *William Ladd Ropes See Class of 1852 
Emeritus from 1905 

1905- Owen Hamilton Gates 

From 1911 the title is Librarian of the Andover-Har- 
vard Theological Library 

CURATOR OF THE MUSEUM 

1889-1904 *Selah Merrill 

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ALUMNI 



1839 
Henry Hurlburt died in Utica, N. Y. July, 1909. 
Thomas Wright died in Fenton, Mich. Oct. 27, 1909. 

1842 

Edward Augustus Renouf (non-grad.) died in Keene, N. H. Nov. 1 1, 1913 . 

1843 

Henry Bond Elliot (non-grad.) died in Port Jefferson, N. Y. Aug. 25, 
1912. 

William Porter (non-grad.) died in Beloit, Wis. Oct. 28, 1917. 

Edward Robie died in Boston, Sept. 20, 1917. 

William Salter died in Burlington, Iowa, Aug. 15, 1910. 

1845 

Moses Eaton Wilson (non-grad.) died Mar. 22, 1909. 

1846 

Henry Lewis Bullen (non-grad.) died Aug. 26, 1915. 
Timothy Farrar Clary died in Mattapan, Feb. 27, 1913. 

1847 
Solomon Payson Fay died in Dorchester, July 28, 1911. 

George Slocum Folger Savage (non-grad.) died in Chicago, 111. Aug. 7, 
1915. 

Augustus Smith died July 27, 1914. 

1848 

Artemas Dean died in Mt. Carmel, Pa. July 9, 1916.' 
John Parsons died in Brookline, Mar. 31, 1910. 

1849 

Lorenzo Prentice Blood (non-grad.) died in Pepperell, June 17, 1916. 
William Ely Boies (res. lie.) reported deceased. 

George Edwards Hill (non-grad.) died in Indianapolis, Ind. Mar. 5, 1915. 

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1849-1854 ALUMNI 

Issachar Lefavour (non-grad.) died in Beverly, July 17, 1910. 
James Carter Seagrave died in Hinsdale, Apr. 22, 1913. 

1850 

Henry Isaac Coe (res. lie.) died in Rolla, Mo. Jan. 19, 1916. 
Henry Cummings died in Strafford, Vt. Feb. 21, 1913. 
Charles Henry Gates died in Auburndale, Dec. 12, 1914. 
Joshua Wyman Wellman died in Maiden, Sept. 28, 1915. 

1851 

Thomas Eliakim Bliss died in Denver, Col. Oct. 21, 1909. 
George Park Fisher died in Litchfield, Conn. Dec. 20, 1909. 
George William Harlan died in Farmington, Mo. July 12, 1922. 
Giles Buckingham Willcox died in Chicago, 111. July 22, 1922. 
Eliphalet Whittlesey (res. lie.) died in Washington, D. C. Sept. 30, 1909. 

1852 

George Nye Boardman died in New York City, Nov. 9, 1915. 
William Amos Farnsworth died in Hanover, N. H. June 5, 1912. 
John Russell Herrick (non-grad.) died in Chicago, 111. July 26, 1912. 
William Ladd Ropes died in Andover, Oct. 14, 1913. 
Edwin Smith Skinner died in Wernersville, Pa. Oct. 23, 1913. 

1853 

George Bent (non-grad.) died in Loup City, Neb. May 25, 1914. 
Richard Gleason Greene died in New York City, July 7, 1914. 
Henry Johnson Patrick died in Newtonville, July 16, 1909. 
William Bainbridge Rice (non-grad.) died in Pittsfield, Mar. 10, 1917. 
John Willard died in Chicago, 111. Dec. 1, 1913. 

1854 

Joseph Warren Pickering Carter (non-grad.) died in Los Angeles, Cal. 
Aug. 2, 1915. 

Edward Bingham Chamberlin died in Sharon, Vt. Aug. 26, 1914. 

Walter Frear (non-grad.) died in Oakland, Cal. May 25, 1922. 

John Hyrcanus Mellish died in Killingly (Dayville), Conn. May 26, 1909. 

Henry Mills died in Canton, 111. Jan. 28, 1915. 

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1854-1857 ALUMNI 

Stephen Denison Peet died in Northampton, May 25, 1914. 

Jotham Bradbury Sewall (non-grad.) died in Brookline, June 16, 1913. 

Charles Cutler Torrey died in Andover, Aug. 14, 1913. 

1855 

Orson Parda Allen died in Brousa, Turkey, June 21, 1918. 

Herman Norton Barnum died in Harpoot, Turkey, May 19, 1910. 

John Bascom died in Williamstown, Oct. 2, 1911. 

Daniel Bliss died in Beirut, Syria, July 27, 1916. 

Samuel Ward Boardman died in Glen Ridge, N. J. Aug. 30, 1917. 

John Colby died in Fitzwilliam, N. H. Dec. 30, 1912. 

Prescott Fay died in Framingham, June 23, 1916. 

Thomas Shepherd Goodwin (res. lie.) deceased. 

Edwin Watts Shaw (non-grad.) died in Hastings, Mich. June 7, 1909. 

Elnathan Ellsworth Strong died in Auburndale, Apr. 2, 1914. 

1856 

Augustus Hart Carrier (non-grad.) died in Santa Barbara, Cal. Sept. 12, 
1916. 

Charles Cutler died in Tallmadge, Ohio, Oct. 30, 1914. 

Ephraim Menachen Epstein died in Chicago, 111. Jan. 26, 1913. 

Charles Jenkins Hill died in Orange, Va. May 2, 1913. 

Theodore Thornton Munger (res. lie.) died in New Haven, Conn. Jan. 11, 
1910. 

Nathan Wheaton Moore (non-grad.) died in Point Arena, Cal. July 21, 
1913. 

Charles Fitch Morse died in St. Johnsbury, Vt. Mar. 15, 1913. 

1857 

Oliver Brown died in Alstead, N. H. June 6, 1919. 

Henry Fairbanks died in St. Johnsbury, Vt. June 8, 1918. 

John Moore died in Boston, Sept. 20, 1909. 

William Alfred Packard died in Princeton, N. J. Dec. 2, 1909. 

William Smith Thompson died in Hampton Falls, N. H. Sept. 9, 1917. 

Lyman Warner died in Salisbury, Conn. Feb. 23, 1920. 



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ALUMNI 1858-1860 

1858 

William James Batt chap. emer. Mass. Reformatory, Concord, 1910- 

Address Concord Junction, Mass. 

Charles Wallace Clark died in Georgia, Vt. Oct. 1, 1917. 

James Franklin Clarke died in Sofia, Bulgaria, July 2, 1916. 

William Henry Fenn died in Daytona, Fla. Mar. 11, 1916. 

John Alexander Hamilton died in Cambridge, June 22, 1922. 

Smith Norton (non-grad.) died in Portland, Ore. Apr. 13, 1912. 

Joseph Torrey died in Burlington, Vt. July 10, 1917. 

Nathaniel Lord Upham died in Duluth, Minn. Jan. 3, 1917. 

George Thomas Washburn author of Ebenezer Washburn, his Ancestors 
and Descendants; died in Meriden, Conn. Mar. 20, 1927. 

1859 

Franklin Deming Ayer died in Philadelphia, Pa. Mar. 17, 1919. 

Isaac Bridgman (non-grad.) died in Maclndoe Falls, Vt. Aug. 26, 1915. 

Edward Payson Crowell (non-grad.) died in Amherst, Mar. 25, 1911. 

Elijah Stites Fairchild died in Chicago, 111. Feb. 6, 1918. 

Asa Severance Fiske (non-grad.) died in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. July 30, 
1925. 

George Frederick Herrick miss'y A. B. C. F. M. Turkey, 1859-1911; 
died in New York City, Oct. 28, 1926. 

Calvin Butler Hulbert died in Bowling Green, Ohio, Feb. 12, 1917. 

Abbott Eliot Kittredge died in New York City, Dec. 17, 1912. 

John William Lane died in Northampton, May 13, 1911. 

William Wallace Livingston died in Jaffrey, N. H. Oct. 11, 1910. 

Charles Ray Palmer died in New Haven, Conn. Apr. 22, 1914. 

Albert Bradstreet Peabody died in Boxford, Nov. 2, 1917. 

Azro Andrus Smith (non-grad.) died in Reading, Jan. 22, 1915. 

Edward Alexander Strong (non-grad.) died in Boston, Nov. 29, 1912. 

Julian Monson Sturtevant died in Arlington, Oct. 9, 1921. 

William Hayes Ward died in South Berwick, Me. Aug. 28, 1916. 

1860 

Henry Mills Alden died in New York City, Oct. 7, 1919. 
Samuel Ralph Asbury died Mar. 16, 1910. 
George Ingersoll Bard died in Meredith, N. H. Nov. 10, 1910. 

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1860-1861 ALUMNI 

James Atwood Bates died in South Royalston, Sept. 3, 1916. 

George Augustus Beckwith died in Brookville, Feb. 20, 1914. 

Richard Ridgely Bird (non-grad.) died in Seattle, Wash. Mar. 30, 1915. 

George Street Biscoe died in St. Paul Park, Minn. Jan. 27, 1922. 

Joseph Boardman died in Plymouth, N. H. Feb. 21, 1913. 

William Crawford retired 1913; died in Madison, Wis. May 25, 1919. 

Richard Crittenden (non-grad.) died Dec. 24, 1914. 

Temple Cutler died in Waverley, Jan. 29, 1923. 

Leonard Zenas Ferris (non-grad.) died in Gorham, Me. Dec. 26, 1910. 

Lewis Francis died in Port Henry, N. Y. Nov. 2, 1921. 

Alvah Lillie Frisbie (non-grad.) died in Des Moines, Iowa, Dec. 17, 1917. 

Simeon Gilbert died in Chicago, 111. Aug. 1, 1917. 

Edward Nichols Goddard died in Montpelier, Vt. Dec. 3, 1911. 

John Ellsworth Goodrich died in Burlington, Vt. Feb. 24, 1915. 

Charles Hardon (non-grad.) died Apr. 28, 1917. 

Francis Howe Johnson died in Washington, D. C. Oct. 27, 1920. 

Charles Artemas Kent (non-grad.) died in Detroit, Mich. May 7, 1917. 

Eldridge Mix died in Colchester, Conn. Aug. 13, 1919. 

Starr Hoyt Nichols (non-grad.) died in Honolulu, May 30, 1909. 

John Alexander Ross (res. lie.) died in Hampton, N. H. Nov. 28, 1918. 

Norman Seaver died in Rutland, Vt. Jan. 21, 1915. 

Laurenus Clark Seelye (non-grad.) pres. emer. Smith College from 1910; 
LL.D. Union Coll. and Smith Coll. 1913; died in Northampton, 
Nov. 12, 1924. 

Henry Augustus Stevens retired 1913; died in Brighton, Sept. 28, 1925. 

George Washburn (non-grad.) died in Boston, Feb. 15, 1915. 

1861 

Lucien Harper Adams died in Derry, N. H. Sept. 20, 1916. 

William Henry Bowen (non-grad.) died Feb. 13, 1915. 

William Louis Bray (non-grad.) died in Darlington, Wis. Apr. 21, 1920. 

Isaac Clark dean Howard Univ. Washington, D. C. 1901-16 and emer.; 
died in Summit, N. J. Sept. 2, 1918. 

Joseph Bourne Clark died in Brooklyn, N. Y. July 10, 1923. 

Perley Bacon Davis died in West Roxbury, June 12, 1915. 

Lucius Root Eastman died in Framingham, Oct. 26, 1916. 

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ALUMNI 1861-1862 

Alfred Augustus Ellsworth died in Quincy, Jan. 12, 1910. 

Charles Henry Hitchcock (non-grad.) died in Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 5, 
1919. 

John Codman Labaree retired 1911; sup. ch. Medway Village, 1918-19; 
died in West Medway, Jan. 10, 1924. 

Alexander McKenzie Trustee Phillips Acad. 1876-191 1 ; of Andover T.S. 
1907; died in Cambridge, Aug. 6, 1914. 

Frederick Alphonso Noble (non-grad.) died in Evanston, 111. Dec. 31, 
1917. 

Frederick Webster Osborn died in Brooklyn, N. Y. Dec. 1, 1919. 

Thomas Albert Perkins (non-grad.) died in Brooklyn, N. Y. Jan. 1, 1909. 

Charles Morgan Pierce (non-grad.) died in Worcester, Mar. 4, 1915. 

Charles Henry Pratt reported deceased. 

Daniel Warren Richardson died in Middleton, Dec. 31, 1919. 

Thomas Roberts (non-grad.) died in Ft. Smith, Ark. Nov. 1915. 

Daniel Foster Savage died Jan. 31, 1917. 

Samuel Butler Sherrill died in New Haven, Conn. Apr. 29, 1919. 

George Burley Spalding died in Syracuse, N. Y. Mar. 13, 1914. 

John Whitehill died in North Attleboro, Aug. 30, 1921. 

William Burnet Wright (non-grad.) died in Buffalo, N. Y. Aug. 2, 1924. 

Albert Adams Young died in Winona Lake, Ind. Jan. 7, 1916. 

1862 

Edward Griffin Beckwith (res. lie.) died in Honolulu, Hawaii, Mar. 3, 
1909. 

Henry James Bruce died in Pauchgani, Satara, India, May 4, 1909. 

Edward Chase died in South Portland, Me. June 28, 1918. 

Albert Henry Currier prof. emer. Oberlin T.S. from 1907; D.D. Oberlin, 
1922. Address Cold-Spring, N. Y. 

Daniel Henry Evans. Address West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Gilbert Otis Fay died in Hartford, Conn. Feb. 18, 1910. 

Henry Anthony Goodhue died in Brattleboro, Vt. Jan. 29, 1917. 

Henry Charles Haskell died in Oberlin, Ohio, Mar. 29, 1914. 

Edward Elisha Herrick (non-grad.) died in Milton, Vt. Mar. 17, 1923. 

James Albert Howe died in Roselle, N. J. Dec. 29, 1918. 

James Mascarene Hubbard (non-grad.) 

Address 1056 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

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1862-1863 ALUMNI 

Henry Strong Huntington died in Roselle, N. J. Jan. 8, 1920. 

James Anderson Laurie died in Anacortes, Wash. Apr. 27, 1910. 

Horatio Curren Lillie (non-grad.) no recent information. 

Charles Marsh Mead died in New Haven, Conn. Feb. 15, 1911. 

William Enos Boise Moore died in Scotland, Conn. Feb. 28, 1914. 

George Henry Morss died in Stow, Apr. 7, 1912. 

Cyrus Pearl Osborne died in Cambridge, Aug. 18, 1912. 

John Alsop Paine died July 24, 1912. 

Albert Reed res. Newton, Iowa; Tucson, Ariz.; Waverley, 111.; died in 
1919. 

Jonathan Young Stanton (non-grad.) died Feb. 17, 1918. 

Edward Gerrish Thurber died in New York City, Nov. 7, 1913. 

Luther Tracy Townsend died in Boston, Aug. 2, 1922. 

Henry Upson (non-grad.) died in New Britain, Conn. Sept. 2, 1911. 

Azel Washburn Wild died in Brattleboro, Vt. Jan. 7, 1921. 

1863 

Henry Freeman Allen died in Boston, June 12, 1914. 

John Otis Barrows died in Norwichtown, Conn. Jan. 26, 1918. 

Henry Bullard died in St. Joseph, Mo. May 16, 1911. 

Edward Lord Clark died in Boston, Feb. 4, 1910. 

Josiah Taylor Closson died in W. Lebanon, Me. Dec. 4, 1911. 

George Curtiss died in West Haven, Conn. Oct. 1, 1915. 

Samuel Dunham p. (Presb.) Floral Ave. ch. Binghamton, N. Y. 1906- 
14 and emer. Address 35 North St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Edward Taylor Fairbanks (non-grad.) died in St. Johnsbury, Vt. Jan. 12, 
1919. ' 

Edward Brown Furbish (non-grad.) died in Rochester, N. Y. Apr. 27, 
1918. 

James Haughton (non-grad.) died Dec. 10, 1914. 

William Skinner Hazen died in Beverly, Oct. 31, 1911. 

Lucius Hopkins Higgins died in Mount Carmel, Conn. Jan. 24, 1916. 

Fayette Hurd died in St. Louis, Mo. Mar. 1, 1922. 

Nathan Bangs Knapp died in Newton, N. J. Mar. 1, 1916. 

George Roswell Leavitt died in Beloit, Wis. Mar. 4, 1911. 

Alba Levi Parsons Loomis died in Randolph, Wis. Apr. 20, 1911. 

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ALUMNI 1863-1864 

Austin Luther Park died in Stanton, Cal. Dec. 25, 1915. 

Cyrus Pickett (non-grad.) died in Cheshire, Conn. Sept. 21, 1910. 

Theodore Strong Pond died in Pottstown, Pa. Sept. 22, 1923. 

Arthur Martin Wheeler (non-grad.) lecturer on American history, Yale 
1906-11; died in Grove Beach, Conn. July 17, 1918. 

Asher Henry Wilcox died in Norwich, Conn. Feb. 25, 1915. 

Charles Henry Williams died in Salem, Mar. 28, 1919. 

1864 

George Buckingham Beecher (non-grad.) reported, 1926, deceased. 

George Sayles Bishop (non-grad.) died in East Orange, N. J. Mar. 12, 
1914. 

Francis Hayden Boynton died in Florence, Feb. 15, 1910. 

Henry Edward Butler (non-grad.) died in Chicago, 111. Apr. 26, 1915. 

Jay Clizbe prof. Bibl. Lit. Alma Coll. 1897-1913; D.D. Alma 1912; died 
in Alma, Mich. Jan. 2, 1923. 

Gabriel Havens DeBevoise died in Walpole, N. H. Sept. 12, 1919. 

Samuel Franklin French died in Newfields, N. H. Nov. 14, 1911. 

George Leroy Gleason died in Topsfield, Aug. 4, 1922. 

Chauncey Goodrich miss'y A. B. C. F. M. in North China 1865-1925; 
died in Peking, China, Sept. 28, 1925. 

Benjamin Franklin Hamilton died in West Roxbury, Dec. 13, 1919. 

John William Hayley member school board, Justice of the Peace, Tufton- 
boro, N. H. from 1905. Address Center Tuftonboro, N. H. 

Robert Grosvenor Hutchins p. Kent St. ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1904-10; 
Cong. ch. Garretsville, Ohio, 1911-15; People's ch. Berea, Ky. 1919— 
21; died there Dec. 1, 1921. 

Josiah Edwards Kittredge died in Rochester, N. Y. Dec. 21, 1913. 

Christopher Wilkinson Knauff (non-grad.) died in Jacksonville, Fla. 
June 25, 1911. 

Arthur Little (non-grad.) died in West Newton, Apr. 11, 1915. 

Edward Williams Morley D.Sc. Yale 1909; LL.D. Pittsburgh Univ. 1912; 
died in Hartford, Conn. Feb. 24, 1923. 

Myron Andrews Munson died in New Haven, Conn. Oct. 30, 1922. 

Edward Norton died in Quincy, Aug. 1, 1921. 

George Austin Pelton died in New Haven, Conn. Oct. 4, 1914. 

Benjamin Franklin Perkins died in Hampton, N. H. Feb. 29, 1912. 

George Whitefield Phillips died in Shrewsbury, Nov. 24, 1912. 

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1864-1866 ALUMNI 

Edwin Alexander Spence died in Detroit, Mich. Dec. 20, 1908. 

Francis Porter Woodbury (non-grad.) prof. Howard Univ. 1905-21; 
died in Flushing, N. Y. Sept. 7, 1926. 

1865 

William Penn Alcott died in Boxford, Oct. 12, 1919. 

Henry Anstice (non-grad.) died in New York City, Dec. 18, 1922. 

John Rodney Barnes died in Lake Charles, La. Oct. 29, 1919. 

Samuel Page Fowler died in Randolph, Dec. 25, 1915. 

Samuel Haven Hilliard (res. lie.) died Mar. 11, 1918. 

George Huntington (res. lie.) died in Rochester, Minn. Jan. 2, 1916. 

Stephen Knowlton died in West Medway, Jan. 20, 1913. 

Joseph Brown Ladd died in Anoka, Minn. Jan. 22, 1920. 

George Lyman Locke (res. stu. and res. lie.) r. St. Michael's ch. Bristol 
R. I. from 1867; died Mar. 23, 1919. 

George Gardner Phipps. 

Address 1193 Walnut St., Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Charles Herbert Richards died in New York City, Feb. 16, 1925. 

Nathan Thompson died in Laurel, Md. July 2, 1917. 

Joseph Hopkins Twichell p. Asylum Hill Ch. Hartford, Conn. 1865- 
1912; LL.D. Trinity 1912; D.D. Yale 1913; died in Hartford, Conn. 
Dec. 20, 1918. 

James Edward Wright died Sept. 5, 1914. 

1866 

Frederick Baylies Allen supt. Epis. City Mission, Boston, 1888-1914; 
chosen Epis. Archdeacon of Boston and resigned after six months; 
finan. sec. Epis. City Mission from 1914; sec. Gen. Theol. Library 
from 1915; died in Boston, Feb. 23, 1925. 

John Henry Denison (non-grad.) died in Williamstown, Apr. 24, 1924. 

Samuel Warren Dike died in Auburndale, Dec. 3, 1913. 

William Henry Dowden (res. lie.) died in Newport, N. H. Feb. 12, 1917. 

Horace Dutton died in Boston, Aug. 4, 1920. 

Hugh Elder (res. lie.) died Sept. 12, 1923. 

Charles Thaddeus Haynes (non-grad.) died in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 
Jan. 9, 1922. 

William Stone Hubbell gen. sec. N. Y. Sabbath Committee 1898-1911 
and rec. sec. from 1911. Address 31 Bible House, New York, N. Y. 

22 



ALUMNI 1866-1867 

James Griswold Merrill p. Somerset, 1908-12; Lake Helen, Fla. 1912-16; 
retired; died in Mountain Lakes, N. J. Dec. 22, 1920. 

John Henry Morley pres. Windom College, Montevideo, Minn. 1913-18; 
died in Denton, Texas, Apr. 27, 1923. 

Mason Noble (res. lie.) died in Inverness, Fla. Apr. 18, 1916. 

Samuel Barrett Pettengill died in Saxtons River, Vt. Oct. 2, 1909. 

William Hamilton Phipps died in Waterbury, Conn. Mar. 29, 1922. 

Alvah Mills Richardson died in Palmer, March 16, 1912. 

Thomas W Thompson died in Worcester, Apr. 24, 1916. 

William Jewett Tucker pres. Dartmouth College 1893-1909 and emer. 
from 1909; lecturer Lowell Inst. 1894, Union Theol. Sem. 1902 and 
Pacific Theol. Sem. 1906; author of Publicmindedness, Personal 
Power, The Function of the Church in Modern Society, The New 
Reservation of Time and My Generation: an Autobiographical 
Interpretation; LL.D. Columbia 1906; Fellow of the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences; died in Hanover, N. H. Sept. 29, 1926. 

Daniel Wingate Waldron supt. and sec. City Miss'y Soc. Boston 1891- 
1918; died Roxbury, Dec. 5, 1918. 

John Kilbourn Williams died in Peacham, Vt. Apr. 21, 1918. 

1867 

Ephraim Eliphalet Pearson Abbott died in San Diego, Cal. Aug. 11, 1919. 

Alden Allen (non-grad.) died in East Springfield, Pa. Oct. 30, 1918. 

George Whitefield Andrews retired 1914; D.D. Oberlin, 1914. 

Address 195 Forest Street, Oberlin, Ohio. 

John Perry Barrett (non-grad.) died in Wheaton, 111. Jan. 10, 1921. 

Thomas Wetmore Bishop (non-grad.) died in Auburndale, Jan. 8, 1910. 

Samuel Ingersoll Briant res. Westboro from 1898; supt. Evang'l church 
school 1900-06; treasurer 1907-15; died there Jan. 7, 1919. 

George Phelps Byington died in Ballardvale, Aug. 17, 1918. 

Emery Gilbert Chaddock (non-grad.) died in Los Angeles, Cal. June 11, 
1915. 

James Alexander Daly died in Rochester, N. Y. Jan. 19, 1918. 

Benjamin Angier Dean (non-grad.) p. Hartland, Conn. 1908-09; Center, 
Neb. 1910-11; Hildreth 1911-13; res. Berea, Ky. from 1914; died 
there Dec. 2, 1921. 

M. Angelo Dougherty sup. chs. in and about Boston from 1899; sup. 
Cong'l ch. Los Angeles, Cal. 1919-20; died in Cambridge, Mass. Jan. 8, 
1926. 

Bradford Morton Fullerton (non-grad.) died in Brockton, Oct. 23, 1914. 

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1867-1868 ALUMNI 

Joseph Lanman died in Rochester, Minn. Sept. 11, 1913. 

Everett Edward Lewis p. Haddam, Conn, from 1871 ; p. emer. from 1924; 
D.D. Williams 1922. Address Haddam, Conn. 

Nathaniel Schuyler Moore (non-grad.) died in North Pomfret, Vt. Feb. 
2, 1913. 

William Edwards Park died in Oberlin, Ohio, May 19, 1910. 

Amos Skeele (non-grad.) LL.D. Hobart 1910; died Nov. 5, 1915. 

Newman Smyth D.D. Bowdoin 1921; died in New Haven, Conn. Jan. 6, 
1925. 

Leverett Wilson Spring (res. lie.) died in Boston, Dec. 23, 1917. 

Charles Burt Sumner sec. Pomona Coll. from 1899; LL.D. Pomona 1910. 

Address Claremont, Cal. 

Henry Martyn Tenney p. Second ch. Oberlin, Ohio, 1889-1910 and p. 
emer. from 1910. Address Lakewood, Ohio. 

John Low Rogers Trask died in Hartford, Conn. Mar. 23, 1916. 

Moseley Hooker Williams died in Philadelphia, Pa. Nov. 9, 1917. 

Lyman Walker Winslow died in Paradise, Cal. Mar. 17, 1917. 

1868 

Edwin Augustus Adams res. Chicago, 111. 1907-24; Walpole, Mass. from 
1924; died there April 9, 1927. 

Thomas Earle Babb p. Holden 1892-1912; occas. sup. from 1912. 

Address Holden, Mass. 

Newton Tracy Blakeslee died in Port Washington, Wis. May 25, 1909. 

Addison Blanchard p. Paris, Tex. 1909-10; t. (prin. one yr.) Rogers 
Academy, Ark. 1911-14; p. emer. Second ch. Denver, Col. from 1916; 
D.D. Cumberland Coll; died in Denver, Oct. 4, 1924. 

William Augustus Bosworth with Inter-church Survey 1919. 

Address 1645 Vassar Ave., Wichita, Kan. 

Albert Bowers died in Ashland, Ohio, Mar. 15, 1915. 

Ezra Brainerd died in Middlebury, Vt. Dec. 8, 1924. 

DeWitt Scoville Clark died in Salem, July 27, 1916. 

James Wesley Cooper died in New York City, Mar. 16, 1916. 

Ethan Curtis died in Syracuse, N. Y. Sept. 29, 1917. 

Marshall Munroe Cutter p. Assonet 1909-16; sup. Union ch. Winthrop 
1916; p. Hubbardston, 1917-18; died in Cambridge, June 5, 1925. 

James Gregory Dougherty died in Chicago, 111. Aug. 14, 1916. 



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ALUMNI 1868-1869 

Hermann Ficke p. Immanuel ch. Dubuque, Iowa, from 1868; died there 
June 4, 1911. 

Holland Bard Fry (non-grad.) died in Pasadena, Cal. Dec. 19, 1923. 

Sereno D wight Gammell died in Cleveland, Ohio, June 4, 1915. 

Lewis Gregory died in Lincoln, Neb. Jan. 6, 1911. 

Azel Washburn Hazen p. First ch. Middletown, Conn. 1869-1916 and 
p. emer. from 1916. Address 154 Church St., Middletown, Conn. 

Charles Lawrence Hubbard died in Winchester, Nov. 27, 1912. 

David Dana Marsh died in West Hartford, Conn. Feb. 12, 1925. 

Henry Grimes Marshall died in Milford, Conn. Oct. 11, 1918. 

Daniel Merriman died in Intervale, N. H. Sept. 18, 1912. 

Henry Pitt Page died in E. Hartford, Conn. Feb. 12, 1920. 

Joseph Carlton Plumb died in Baxter Springs, Kan. Mar. 9, 1915. 

John Phelps Taylor died in Andover, Sept. 13, 1915. 

William Harrington Warren died in Detroit, Mich. Dec. 3, 1913. 

Henry Mitchell Whitney died in New Haven, Conn. Mar. 26, 1911. 

Edward Moore Williams (non-grad.) died in Northfield, Minn. Jan. 15, 
1921. 

1869 

Daniel McKay Breckenridge (non-grad.) died in Prairie du Chien, Wis. 
June 27, 1923. 

William Merrick Bristoll (non-grad.) died in Minneapolis, Minn. June 6, 
1910. 

Charles Sylvester Brooks died in Wellesley, July 12, 1911. 

Leander Trowbridge Chamberlain died in Pasadena, Cal. May 9, 1913. 

Frank Gray Clark (spec, stu.) died in Wellesley, May 20, 1909. 

Charles Chester Cragin (non-grad.) died in Hoquiam, Wash. Aug. 27, 
1917. 

Thomas Albert Emerson (spec, course) p. Hadley 1903-11; retired; died 
in Northampton, Apr. 26, 1926. 

Daniel Crosby Greene died in Hayama, Japan, Sept. 15, 1913. 

George Harris pres. Amherst 1899-1912 and emer. from 1912; LL.D. 
Wesleyan Univ. 1909; trustee Phillips Acad. 1902-09; of Andover T. S. 
1907-14; died in New York City, Mar. 1, 1922. 

George Alfred Hood supt. Cong. H. M. Soc. for Col. 1908-10; special 
Home Miss'y agent in 111., Iowa, and Wis. 1910-16. 

Address Memphis, Tenn. 

Edward Seymour Huntress died in Mt. Dora, Fla. Apr. 22, 1925. 

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1869-1870 ALUMNI 

Henry Erastus Jewett died in Berkeley, Cal. May 16, 1910. 

Albion Henry Johnson (res. lie.) p. Clarendon Hills, 1904-19 and emer.; 
Ackworth, N. H. 1920-23; died there Jan. 1, 1923. 

Evarts Kent Enosburg, Vt. 1905-09; Benson 1909-12; Sterling, Mass. 
1912-15; died in Worcester, Nov. 7, 1924. 

George Trumbull Ladd prof. emer. Yale since 1906; died in New Haven, 
Conn. Aug. 8, 1921. 

Edward Newman Packard (res. lie.) died in Stratford, Conn. Apr. 26, 
1917. 

Leroy Matthew Pierce p. Medfield, 1897-1909 and p. emer. from 1909; 
res. Boston 1909-16; died in Londonderry, Vt. Mar. 21, 1921. 

Isaac Pierson field sec. Amer. Tract Soc. for N. E. Boston, 1905-18; died 
in Berkeley, Cal. July 16, 1919. 

Cyrus Richardson p. First ch. Nashua, N. H. 1883-1909 and emer. 

Address Colonial Inn, Concord, Mass. 

William Henry Ryder prof. New Test, interpretation And. Theol. Sem. 
from 1888 and And. prof, of same in Harv. Univ. from 1908; D.D. 
Oberlin 1916; died in Andover, Apr. 6, 1918. 

Frank Dana Sargent died in Putnam, Conn. Nov. 13, 1918. 

Alvan Foote Sherrill. Address Davenport, Fla. 

Henry Albert Stimson p. Manhattan ch. New York 1896-1917, and p. 
emer. from 1917; Visitor, Andover, 1897-1907. 

Address 58 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. 

James Augustus Towle teacher New York High schools 1908-21 ; died in 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. Jan. 26, 1926. 

Samuel Henderson Virgin (non-grad.) died in New York City, Sept. 18, 
1911. 

Martin Luther Williston (non-grad.) died in Hartford, Conn. Nov. 11, 
1918. 

1870 

Amory Howe Bradford died in Montclair, N.J. Feb. 18, 1911. 

Horace Bumstead died in Intervale, N. H. Oct. 14, 1919. 

Charles Edwin Cooledge retired. 

Address 122 Emmons St., Franklin, Mass. 

Sidney Crawford p. Wayland, 1907-13; retired 1913; died in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Mar. 24, 1922. 

Morton Dexter died in Edgartown, Oct. 29, 1910. 

George Sherwood Dickerman (res. lie.) agt. John F. Slater Fund 1907- 
1909; engaged lit. occupations from 1909. 

Address 359 Edgewood Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

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ALUMNI 1870-1871 

Albert Elijah Dunning ed. Congregationalist 1889-1911; temp. p. 
Downs Cong. ch. Bowdon, Eng. 1901, 1905, 1908, 1913, 1916; lect. 
Atlanta Theol. Sem. 1912; Montreal Cong. Theol. Sem. 1913; member 
Mass. Pilgrim Tercentenary Com'n 1915-16; died in Brookline, 
Nov. 14, 1923. 

John Louis Ewell died in Washington, D.C. Mar. 16, 1910. 

James Taylor Graves died Oct. 28, 1923. 

Edward Young Hincks prof. Bib. Theol. And. Sem. 1883-1917 and emer. 
thereafter; Andover prof, of same Harv. Univ. 1908-22 and emer. 
thereafter; prof. Chr. Theol. A. T. S. 1900-08. 

Address 58 Washington Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Elijah Janes (non-grad.) died in Campbell, Cal. Aug. 8, 1917. 

John Henry Jones died in Youngstown, Ohio, Dec. 22, 1909. 

John Walter Lees (spec, course) p. Marshfield Hills 1906-10; West 
Stewartstown 1910-13; retired 1914. Address So. Weymouth, Mass. 

James Fiske Merriam died in Stafford Springs, Conn. June 28, 1918. 

Charles Henry Merrill died in Washington, D. C. Dec. 11, 1923. 

Charles Langdon Mitchell Address 4 Summit Ave., Winchester, Mass. 

Nathan Round Nichols p. Sudbury 1904-12; retired. 

Address Congress Park, 111. 

George Herbert Palmer prof. emer. Harv. Univ. from 1913; overseer 
Harv. 1913-19; LL.D. Dartmouth 1909 and Univ. of Cal. 1917; Litt. 
D. Princeton 1912; author The Problem of Freedom 1911; Altruism 
1919. Address 11 Quincy St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Henry Dwight Porter died in La Mesa, Cal. Oct. 23, 1916. 

Arthur Henderson Smith (non-grad.) miss'y at large from 1906. 

Address 480 West Sixth St., Claremont, Cal. 

Charles McLellan Southgate died in Bass Rocks, June 5, 1912. 

Edward Comfort Starr (non-grad.) p. Cornwall, Conn. 1888-1915; retired. 

Address Cornwall, Conn. 

Moses Bross Thomas (non-grad.) died in Ashfield, Nov. 1925. 

Charles Swan Walker (non-grad.) Address St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Thomas Rigney Willard prof. Greek and German, Knox, 1875-1912; 
emer. thereafter; Litt. D. Knox 1912. Address Galesburg, 111. 

1871 

Henry Tucker Arnold. Address Norwich, Conn. 

Levi Gilbert Chase (non-grad.) died in Concord, N. H. Oct. 9, 1914. 

Ephraim Meacham Corey (non-grad.) died in Bellaire, Mich. Dec. 26, 
1918. 

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1871-1872 ALUMNI 

Oliver Pomeroy Emerson sup. Farmington, Conn. 1908; p. United 
Cong. ch. East Providence, R. I. 1909-16; retired 1916. 

Address 20 Hawthorn Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

Frederick Wyatt Fairfield (non-grad.) died in Los Angeles, Cal. Apr. 2, 
1914. 

Austin Samuel Garver died in Worcester, June 20, 1918. 

Burke Fay Leavitt p. Plymouth ch. Belmont 1905-10; Baker ch. E. 
Boston 1910-20 and emer.; died in Cambridge, Jan. 6, 1926. 

George Daniel Marsh (res. lie.) died in Philippopolis, Bulgaria, Sept. 1, 
1913. 

Stephen Morrell Newman pres. Eastern Coll. Va. 1908-09; Kee Mar 
Coll. for Women, Md. 1909-11; Howard Univ. 1912-18; died in 
Washington, D. C. Nov. 19, 1924. 

Theodore Constantine Pratt (res. lie.) died in Candia, N. H. Jan. 27, 1914. 

Levi Rodgers died in Greenwich, Conn. Mar. 12, 1925. 

Charles Henry Rowley (non-grad.) died in North Craftsbury, Vt. June 
11, 1921. 

Adolphus Frederick Schauffler died in New York City, Feb. 18, 1919. 

William Redfield Stocking (spec, course) . Address Williamstown, Mass. 

James Brainerd Taylor head Eng. dept. Huntington school Y. M. C. A. 
Boston 1909-13 and History dept. 1913-17; dean of the premedical 
school of Univ. of Mass. from 1918. 

Address 157 Lowell Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 

William Henry Teel (res. lie.) died in Cambridge, Feb. 15, 1921. 

Mitchell Carver True (spec, course) No late address learned. 

Joel Fisk Whitney died in Royalton, Vt. Jan. 16, 1919. 

Franklin Parker Wood died in Acton, Dec. 9, 1915. 

Henry Collins Woodruff died in Bridgeport, Conn. Jan. 18, 1922. 



1872 

Walter Howard Ayers (non-grad.) reported deceased. 

Hiram Payson Barnes (non-grad.) died in St. Petersburg, Fla. Jan. 22, 
1917. 

Thomas Rissel Beeber p. First ch. Norristown, Pa. 1887-1918 and 
emer. Address Norristown, Pa. 

John Kittredge Browne Field Sec. A.B.C.F.M. for Pacific states and 
Middle West district 1913-25; D.D. Pacific School of Religion 1920. 

Address 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Almon Taylor Clarke. Address W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

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ALUMNI 1872 

William Henry Cobb Librarian Cong. Lib. Boston from 1887; author 
The Meaning of Christian Unity 1915; Seven centuries illustrated 
in the Congregational Library 1921; died in Newton Centre, May 1, 
1923. 

Samuel Howard Dana p. Phillips ch. Exeter, N.H. 1903-18. 

Address Exeter, N. H. 

Charles Fletcher Dole p. First Cong. Soc. Jamaica Plain 1876-1916 and 
emer. from 1916. Address 14 Roanoke Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Archibald Duff. Address Kinnaird Cottage, Bare, Morecambe, England. 

James Demarest Eaton miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Chihuahua, Mex. 1882-1912. 

Address 5955 Hayes Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

James Henry Ecob died in Flushing, N. Y. Nov. 6, 1921. 

Rufus Cushman Flagg p. Newport, Vt. 1905-10; Winooski, 1911-15; 
North Craftsbury, 1915-18; prof. phil. and Biblical lit. Northland 
Coll. from 1918; died in Ashland, Wis. May 18, 1922. 

Omar White Folsom p. Winter St. ch. Bath, Me. 1884-1914 and emer. 
from 1914. Address 1198 Washington St., Bath, Me. 

Edwin Augustus Grosvenor (res. lie.) prof. Mod. Government and Inter- 
nat'l Law, Amherst 1901-14 and emer. from 1914; LL.D. Marietta 
Coll. 1910 and William and Mary Coll. 1913; L.H.D. Amherst 1914. 

Address 9 College St., Amherst, Mass. 

Robert McCutcheon Hall (non-grad.) died in Plymouth, 111. Feb. 13, 
1920. 

Henry Harrison Hamilton (res. lie.) died in West Somerville, June 2, 
1925. 

Robert Walter Haskins (spec, course) supt. Home for Christian Educ. 
Reading 1895-1910; p. Lynnfield 1910-20. 

Address 97 Salem St., Reading, Mass. 

Edward Cleeves Hood (non-grad.) Address Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Henry Ketcham died in Dallas, S. D. Feb. 18, 1920. 

James Kellogg Kilbourn p. St. Johnsbury Centre, Vt. 1908-10; res. 
Oberlin, Ohio 1910-13; Hartland, Wis. from 1913; died there Apr. 18, 
1918. 

Albert Weston Moore died in Cliftondale, Dec. 12, 1924. 
Samuel Ollerenshaw (spec, course) p. (Presb.) Kossuth, Iowa 1905-12; 
occas. sup. from 1912. Address Newburg, Ind. 

Frederic Palmer r. Christ ch. Andover, 1888-1913; lect. Prac. Theol. 
Harv. Div. Sch. 1913-17; on editorial board of Harv. Theol. Rev. 
from 1913 and Sec. 1920; D.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. Cambridge 1910; 
author Winning of Immortality 1910; (with Mrs. Palmer) Poems 
1912; Virgin Birth 1924; Heretics, Saints and Martyrs 1925. 

Address 11 Quincy St., Cambridge, Mass. 

29 



1872-1873 ALUMNI 

Edward Kirk Rawson. Address 2137 Le Roy PL, Washington, D. C. 

Darius Bullock Scott p. Lancaster, 1901-11; La Canada, Cal. 1912-17 
and emer.; D.D. Yankton 1912. 

Address 1268 Wesley Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

Alfred Edwards Tracy died in Los Angeles, Cal. July 5, 1909. 

Robert McEwen Woods (non-grad.) died in Hatfield, June 19, 1909. 

William Haskell Woodwell p. Pomona, Fla. 1907-11; Haddam Neck, 
Conn. 1911-15; West Medway, Mass. 1915-20; died in Kensington, 
Md. April 8, 1926. 

1873 

Charles Henry Brooks died in Orilla, Ont. July 17, 1914. 

George Walker Christie p. Berkley 1905-11; res. So. Coventry, Conn, 
from 1911; died there Oct. 26, 1926. 

Henry Calvin Crane. Address Floral City, Fla. 

William Franklin Davis (non-grad.) died May 28, 1916. 

George Augustus Foss (spec, course) died in Warner, N. H. Sept. 21, 
1923. 

Edwin Sprague Gould (res. lie.) died in Providence, R. I. Jan. 20, 1917. 

William Dickinson Hart died in East Acton, Nov. 2, 1910. 

Robert Allen Hume miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Ahmednagar, India from 1874 
and teacher and editor 1878-1918. 

Address 165 Grove St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Edward Winthrop Jenney p. Federated Cong. ch. Valley Springs, S. D. 
from 1907; died there Apr. 19, 1921. 

William Avery Lamb (spec, course) died in Los Angeles, Cal. May 24, 
1917. 

Horace Hall Leavitt died in Somerville, April 30, 1920. 

Albert Livermore died in Clifton Springs, N. Y. Dec. 4, 1909. 

George Edwards Lovejoy (res. lie.) died in Lawrence Dec. 25, 1916. 

Charles Pinckney Holbrook Nason (spec, course) U. S. Consul, Grenoble, 
France, 1901-13. 
Address 510 Cresheim Valley Road, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Peter Benton Shiere (non-grad.) died in W. Somerville, May 1, 1914. 

William Parmelee Sprague died in Shortsville, N. Y. Feb. 9, 1919. 

Roderick Terry (non-grad.) Address Newport, R. I. 

George Henry Tilton p. North Woburn 1896-1915; author History of 
Rehoboth, Mass. 1918; died in Melrose, Jan. 8, 1926. 



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ALUMNI 1873-1874 

John Tefft Ward prof. Syst. Theol. Hillsdale 1898-1913; res. Japan 
1913-18; died in Yokohama, Dec. 9, 1918. 

Charles Abner White p. (Presb.) First ch. Milford, Pa. 1906-13 and 
emer. from 1913; died in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Sept. 5, 1920. 

John Healy Williams p. Redlands, Cal. 1893-1913 and emer. from 1913; 
died there June 3, 1924. 

Newell Stephen Wright in charge Canfield Ave. Mission, Detroit, Mich, 
from 1884; died in Detroit, Nov. 24, 1908. 

1874 

Charles Anderson (res. lie.) prof. Robert Coll. Constantinople 1888- 
1920; retired. Address Glendale, Cal. 

Sidney Emory Bailey retired. 

Address 22 Rockland St., Swampscott, Mass. 

Edward Augustine Benner prin. Wellesley Sch. for Boys 1892-1910 and 
boys' summer camp 1898-1919; died in Burlingame, Cal. Jan. 17, 
1925. 

Marvin Davis Bisbee (non-grad.) retired 1910; dir. of ex. courses and 
libn. Chicago Theol. Sem. 1910-12; died in Windham, Me. August 
28, 1913. 

Roselle Theodore Cross (res. lie.) p. Ft. Collins, Col. 1908-10; Bethlehem 
ch. Cleveland, Ohio 1910-12; Twinsburg, 1912-17 and p. emer. from 
1917; author My Children's Ancestors 1913; Twinsburg Genealogies 
1917; died in Twinsburg, Nov. 18, 1924. 

Elisha Farrington Fales. Address 4407 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Nelson Flanders. Address 2229 McGee St., Berkeley, Cal. 

James Bartlett Gregg p. First ch. Colorado Springs, Col. 1882-1909; sup. 
Lawrence St. Ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1909-10; Grace ch. Framingham 
1910-11; Whitinsville 1911-13; Rollstone, Fitchburg 1913-14; died 
in Brookline, May 7, 1922. 

Charles Lemon Hall p. Elbowoods, N. D. 1876-1922 and emer. from 
1923; D.D. Fargo 1911. Address Elbowoods, N. D. 

John Wood Hird p. Pawlet, Vt. 1907-11; Interlaken (Stockbridge) 
Mass. from 1911; died Stockbridge Nov. 17, 1917. 

George Milton Howe p. Groton 1901-19; Richmond, Me. 1919-22; 
died Charlton, Mass. July 24, 1922. 

William Henry Hubbard (non-grad.) died in New York City, Jan. 31, 
1913. 

Samuel Sherberne Mathews died in Roxbury, May 4, 1910. 

Lyman Fisk Rand in business. 

Address 469 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Augustus Marcus Rice (res. he.) died Oct. 13, 1921. 

31 



1874-1875 ALUMNI 

Thomas George Rogers (non-grad.) 

Address Bedford Road, Worthing, Sussex, Eng. 

John Philip Sanderson (non-grad.) sec. Mich. State Board of Corrections 
and Charities 1908-09; asst. field sec. Cong. Ch. Bldg. Soc. Chicago, 
111. 1910-15; field sec. from 1915; D.D. Wittenberg Coll. 1910; died 
in Chicago, 111. July 11, 1920. 

Joseph Bartlett Seabury sup. various chs; author Vision of a Short Life, 
a Memorial of Warren B. Seabury 1909; died in Natick, July 3, 1923. 

Charles Rollin Seymour. 

Address 210 Tecumseh Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

John Edward Smith died in Monrovia, Cal. Sept. 29, 1921. 

Edwin Charles Stickel. Address 1632 Reid St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Edward George Stone p. Burlington, Iowa 1905-10; Barkhamsted 
1910-12; died in Middletown, Conn. Jan. 10, 1921. 

Charles Lucius Tomblen p. Montague, 1907-16; South Britain, Conn. 
1917-22. Address West Brookfield, Mass. 

Edward Payson Wheeler summer work among Indians in Odamah, 
Bad River Reservation, Wis. where he was born; the son of Rev. 
Leonard H. Wheeler, Andover T. S. 1840. 

Address 299 No. Lake St., Aurora, 111. 

Leverett Supply Woodworth died in Providence, R. I. Jan. 28, 1921. 



1875 

Allison Dwight Adams (non-grad.) retired. 

Address Wallingford, Conn. 

Frederick Haines Bartlett (non-grad.) died in Silverton, B. C. Canada. 
Jan. 7, 1911. 

Robert Charles Bedford (non-grad.) died in Tuskegee, Ala. Jan. 1, 1912, 

Frank Louis Bristol p. Riverside, R. I. 1907-13; Northboro, Mass. from 
1913; died in Southbridge, Aug. 5, 1917. 

Willard Stanley Bugbey p. Roseville, 111. 1907-15. 

Address Roseville, 111. 

Almon Whitney Burr prof. Beloit Coll. 1886-1919; emer. from 1919; 
LL.D. Beloit 1919. Address Beloit, Wis. 

Charles Carroll Carpenter died in Andover, Aug. 19, 1918. 

James Hobart Childs p. No. Rochester, 1908-12; Heath, 1912-22; Pel- 
ham, 1923. Address Huntington, Mass. 

Samuel Elijah Eastman p. Park ch. Elmira, N. Y. 1894-1917; emer. 
from 1917; D.D. Oberlin 1913; Litt. D. Alfred Univ. 1915; died in 
Holly Hill, Fla. Feb. 7, 1925. 

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ALUMNI 1875 

Edward Dwight Eaton (non-grad.) pres. Beloit 1886-1905 and 1907- 
1917 and emer.; p. Cleveland Park ch. Washington, D. C. 1918-20. 

Address 121 Grove St., Wellesley, Mass. 

Charles Edwin Gordon p. Derby, Vt. 1908-16; Franconia, N. H. 1916- 
23. Address Pomfret, Conn. 

James Langdon Hill. Address 225 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass. 

John Andrew Kaley (non-grad.) p. No. Ridgeville, Ohio, 1906-08. 

Address Elyria, Ohio. 

William Lawrence (non-grad.) Bishop of Mass. from 1893; author 
Fifty Years 1923; Memories of a Happy Life 1926. 

Address 122 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Francis Jewett Marsh. Address Upton, Mass. 

Robert John Mathews (non-grad.) p. Emporia, Kan. 1905-07; Plevna, 
1909-11; Bevier, Mo. 1914; died there Jan. 5, 1916. 

David MacGregor Means (non-grad.) Address Middlebury, Vt. 

Harry Peirce Nichols. Address 3 W. 8th St., New York, N. Y. 

Francis Parker p. East Haddam, Conn. 1892-1909; Hartland, Vt. 1912- 
18; died in Enfield, N. H. Aug. 3, 1918. 

William Albert Rand p. South Seabrook, N. H. 1867-1921; died Jan. 
27, 1921. 

Walter Rice (res. lie.) died in Agawam, June 4, 1916. 

Thomas Robinson (spec, course) died in Irving, Tex. Feb. 1, 1910. 

Charles Joseph Hardy Ropes died in Bangor, Me. Jan. 5, 1915. 

Albert Walter Safford (res. lie.) p. Millburn, 111. 1905-19. 

Address 316 Chicago Ave., Wheaton, 111. 

Charles Lancaster Short (non-grad.) asst. All Saints ch. Worcester 
1907-13; w. c. 1914-16; asst. min. St. John's ch. Worcester 1917-18. 

Address 21 Dayton St., Worcester, Mass. 

Charles Edmund Steele. 

Address 280 Chestnut St., New Britain, Conn. 

Peter Wagner reported deceased. 

Thomas Franklin Waters p. South ch. Ipswich 1879-1909 and p. emer.; 
died there Nov. 23, 1919. 

Sheldon Harley Wheeler. Address 743 Garland Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

James DeLong Williamson (non-grad.) act. pres. Soc. for Savings, 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1912-14; vice-pres. from 1914. 

Address Cleveland, Ohio. 

Albert Edward Winship (res. lie.) 

Address 46 Shepard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

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1876 ALUMNI 

1876 

Cyrus Grandison Baldwin (non-grad.) p. Palo Alto, Cal. 1901-09; 
retired. Address 444 Churchill Ave., Palo Alto, Cal. 

Elmer Jaynes Beach (spec, course) died in Northford, Conn. Nov. 29, 
1921. 

Henry Augustus Blake p. Stafford Spr. Conn. 1906-10; sup. Hartford 
1910-12; p. Colchester 1912-18; sup. First ch. Winsted 1918-19; p. 
Kent 1919-20. Address 19 Walnut St., Winsted, Conn. 

Justus Newton Brown p. Ashland, Me. 1908-11; w.c. Ardmore, Pa. 
1911-14; p. Greenwich and Ripley, Ohio, 1914-15; w.c. Oberlin 
1915-19; teacher Piedmont Coll. from 1919; died Demorest, Ga. 
June 30, 1925. 

Homer Wright Carter Registrar Wis. Cong. Conference. 

Address 709 Beaver Bldg., Madison, Wis. 

Frank Kimball Chase supt. schools and teachers, Harpswell, Me. 1901— 
14; tutor Wm. Perm Charter School, Phila., Pa. from 1914; died in 
Maple Shade, N. J. July, 1924. 

Truman D Childs (res. lie.) p. Middle Haddam, Conn. 1908-12; Mano- 
met, Mass. 1914; Newfane, Vt. 1918; Voluntown, Conn. 1920-24. 

Address Welaka, Fla. 

Francis Edward Clark author The Gospel in Latin Lands 1909; Mem- 
ories of Many Men in Many Lands 1922; died in Newton, May 26, 
1927. 

George Lyman Dickinson (spec, course) died in Enfield, Sept. 8, 1917. 

Nathan Tirrell Dyer p. Deep River, Conn. 1907-11; Byfield, Mass. 
1911-1916; died in Dorchester, Jan. 20, 1918. 

Henry Harrison Haynes (non-grad.) Address Derry Village, N. H. 

Edmond Cunningham Ingalls p. Colchester, Conn. 1896-1911; South 
Dennis, Mass. 1913-16; died in Reading, Apr. 24, 1926. 

George Henry Johnson (spec, course) p. Union Ch. Taunton 1903-09; 

prof. Hist. Case Sch. of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio from 1909. 

Address 927 Brunswick Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 

Orison Swett Marden (non-grad.) died in Los Angeles, Cal. Mar. 10, 
1924. 

Francis Edward Marsten (non-grad.) p. Bethany ch. New York City 
1902-12; supt. Mass. Bible Soc. from 1913; died in Boston, Aug. 22, 
1915. 

Kingsley Flavel Norris sup. Marion, N. Y. (Presb.) 1908-14; Middleton 
1914-18; Little Valley 1918-22; died in Buffalo, Jan. 12, 1922. 

John Edward Russell (non-grad.) prof. mor. and intell. phil. Williams 
Coll. 1889-1917; died in Williamstown, Feb. 25, 1917. 

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ALUMNI 1876-1877 

William Thomas Swinnerton died in Middletown, Conn. Apr. 27, 1919. 
Joseph Alexander Tomlinson (res. lie.) deceased. 

1877 

Samuel Winchester Adriance (non-grad.) Address Winchester, Mass. 

Fred Lyman Allen died in Bangor, Me. Jan. 19, 1924. 

William Scott Ament died in San Francisco, Cal. Jan. 6, 1909. 

Edward Everett Bacon died in Arlington, May 22, 1917. 

Orrin Gay Baker p. Wakefield, N. H. 1909-11; Sullivan and E. Sullivan 
1911-16. Address R. F. D. 1, Framingham, Mass. 

Hamilton Mansfield Bartlett p. St. John's ch. Kennewick, Wash, from 
1904; died there Apr. 13, 1914. 

Spencer Randolph Bonnell died in Denver, Col. Apr. 9, 1912. 

George Wolcott Brooks p. Dorchester 1890-1915; So. Sudbury 1915- 
16; died in Boston, Jan. 17, 1916. 

Richard Montgomery Burr died in Hartford, Conn. Sept. 23, 1914. 

Otis Cary prof. Homiletics and Prac. Sociol. Doshisha Sem. Kyoto 
1892-1918; prof. emer. from 1918; work among Japanese in western 
part of U. S. Address 138 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Thomas Davidson Christie died in Pasadena, Cal. May 25, 1921. 

Rowland Stevenson Cross (spec, course) p. St. Louis Park, Minn. 1906- 
11; home miss'y service at Clyde Park and Wilsall, Mont, and sup. 
pulpits various places 1911-16; sup. pulpits Minneapolis and St. 
Paul, Minn, from 1916; died Minneapolis, May 8, 1926. 

William Vail Wilson Davis (non-grad.) killed by fall in Mt. Washington, 
Mass. Aug. 25, 1910. 

Charles Orrin Day p. Barnet, Vt. 1908-09; died in Andover, Mass. 
Apr. 5, 1910. 

Frank Hugh Foster prof. Hist. Olivet Coll. 1907-16 and Phil. 1914-16 and 
emer.; prof. Bib. Lit. Lake Erie Coll. Painesville, Ohio, 1919. 

Address 184 Forest St., Oberlin, Ohio. 

Isaac Goodell (spec, course) died in Haverhill, Jan. 11, 1911. 

George Wheelock Grover (spec, course) Address Sheffield, Mass. 

Felix Shaw Hamel (non-grad.) reported deceased. 

Myron Oscar Harrington in business at Topeka, Kan. 1901-18; died 
there Dec. 18, 1921. 

John Henry Hoffman (non-grad.) p. Northboro 1907-12; West Brook- 
field 1913-17; home miss'y Yucaipa, Cal. 1918-20; p. East Jaffrey, 
N. H. 1920-22; died in Glendale, Cal. Aug. 12, 1925. 

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1877-1878 ALUMNI 

Samuel Theodore Kidder p. Racine, Wis. 1907-09; McGregor, la. 1909- 
12; pulpit sup. in Wis. from 1912; died Madison, Wis. Oct. 23, 1918. 

Herbert William Lathe p. Prescott, Ariz. 1907-14; Lyndeboro, N. H. 
1914-19. Address Cambridge, Mass. 

Alexander Ross Merriam prof. Prac. Theol. and Chr. Sociol. Hartford 
Sem. 1892-1918 and prof. emer. from 1918. 

Address 76 Vernon St., Hartford, Conn. 

Albert Francis Newton p. No. Leominister 1901-12; Dunstable 1912- 
16; died in Brooklyn, N. Y. Mar. 24, 1917. 

John Parsons. Address 1616 La Vereda Road, Berkeley, Cal. 

James Horace Pettee miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Japan 1878-1918; died in Bos- 
ton, Mass., Feb. 17, 1920. 

James Richmond p. Dalton, N. H. 1908-11; Westmore, Vt. 1911-14; 
West Newbury 1914-16; Otis, Mass. 1916-22; Millbridge, Me. 1924. 

Address Millbridge, Me. 

James Hudson Roberts (res. lie.) p. Southbury, Conn. 1907-08; West 
Suffield 1908-09; Bolton 1909-10; Hockanum 1911-1917. 

Address Silver Lane, Conn. 

John Grylls Taylor (res. lie.) p. Arlington Heights 1900-1915 and emer. 

Address Arlington, Mass. 

Reuben Bean Wright supt. Soc. for Friendless, Idaho 1908-1919; D.D. 
Dartmouth 1910; died Oct. 25, 1924. 

1878 
Henry Carter Adams (non grad.) died in Ann Arbor, Mich. Aug. 11, 1921. 

Charles Eaton Bisbee (spec, course) 

Address 341 Summer St., West Somerville, Mass. 

Charles Frederick Bradley (non-grad.) 

Address 90 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Charles Franklin Burleigh (res. lie.) deceased. 

James Luther Fowle retired 1911; died in Newton, May 16, 1917. 

George Herbert Gutterson dist. sec. A.M.A. 1893-1921; died in Clifton 
Springs, N. Y. Oct. 13, 1926. 

Joseph Hammond (res. lie.) Address Kennebunk, Me. 

John Herbert (spec, course) died in Winchester, Mar. 27, 1927. 

John Peter Jones miss'y India 1878-1914; prof. Kennedy School of 
Missions 1914-16; died in Hartford, Conn. Oct. 3, 1916. 

Edward Duncan Kelsey (non-grad.) 

Address R.F.D. 4, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Edward Kimball. Address Miles, Iowa. 

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ALUMNI 1878-1879 

William DeLoss Love p. Farmington Ave. ch. Hartford, Conn. 1885- 
1910; pres. Conn. Humane Society from 1910; died in Hartford, 
Apr. 8, 1918. 

Frank Eugene Mills p. Hubbardston, 1905-10; pulpit sup. New York and 
Pepperell, Mass. from 1910. Address Pepperell, Mass. 

William Walton Nason (spec, course) Address Billerica, Mass. 

Pearse Pinch p. Huron, S. D. 1909-16; Fairfax, 1916-18; Herndon, Va. 
1918-22; Capitol Heights, Md. 1923-24. 

Address 76 Henry St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jarvis Richards. Address 1655 Sherman St., Denver, Col. 

Horace Hutchinson Robbins (res. lie.) 

Address Motor Route C, Eugene, Ore. 

Henry Bellows Roberts p. Tucson, Ariz. 1908-1913; Mission Hills, San 
Diego, Cal. from 1913, emer. from 1926. 

Address 4206 Florida St., San Diego, Cal. 

Cassander Cary Sampson p. Tilton, N. H. 1885-1925 and emer. 

Address Tilton, N. H. 

William Frederick Slocum pres. Colorado Coll. 1888-1917; LL.D. Harv. 
1912; Univ. Col. 1913; Allegheny Coll. 1915; Colorado Coll. 1915. 

Address 57 Dudley Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Silas Anderson Spooner (spec, course) died Mar. 15, 1915. 

Jesse Fox Taintor prof. English Ripon Coll. 1905-21; D.D. Ripon 1921. 

Address Ripon, Wis. 

Edward Sampson Tead sec. Cong. Educ. Soc. Boston 1901-19; died in 
Boston, Sept. 7, 1919. 

Leonard Baker Tenney (non-grad.) p. Scotland, Conn. 1906-13; Bristol, 
Me. 1913-16; South Portland 1916-19; Bartlett, N. H. 1919-20; died 
there May 18, 1920. 

Arthur Norman Ward. 

Address 18 Oakland Ave., Arlington Heights, Mass. 

1879 

Anson Phelps Atterbury (non-grad.) p. Park Ave. ch. New York, 1879- 
1918 and emer. Address 580 Park Ave. New York, N. Y. 

Stephen Goodyear Barnes (res. lie.) p. Longmeadow, 1891-1900; St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. 1902-11; sup. First ch. Burlington 1912-13; sup. 
pulpits in Vt. Address 162 Loomis St., Burlington, Vt. 

George Hiram Bird p. First ch. South Chicago, 111. 1881-1910 and emer. 
from 1910; died in Winchester, Mass. Oct. 17, 1914. 

William Lee Bond died in Bay City, Mich. Feb. 17, 1925. 

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1879 ALUMNI 

Park Andrew Bradford p. (Presb.) Hillsdale, N. Y. 1919; Federated chs. 
(Meth. and Cong.) Otto 1920; Port Leyden 1921. 

Address 73 Locust Ave., Winnetka, 111. 

Albert Barnes Cristy supt. R. I. Anti-Saloon League 1899-1917; p. 
Painesville, Ohio, 1916-19; New Smyrna, Fla. 1919-20; Unionville, 
Ohio, 1920-22; Bethel, Vt. from 1922. Address Bethel, Vt. 

Francis Brigham Denio prof. emer. Bangor Sem. 

Address 347 Hammond St., Bangor, Me. 

Frank Hatch Kasson p. Bartlett, N. H. 1909-10 ; Raynham Center, Mass. 
1912-14; organized Riverdale Ch. Dedham and p. 1915-16; No. 
Falmouth, 1917; Lowell, Vt. 1918; Pilgrim ch. No. Weymouth, Mass. 
1919. Address 3 Duke St., Mattapan, Boston, Mass. 

Archibald Longworth Love asst. p. Manhattan ch. N. Y. City 1908-11; 
asso. p. Plymouth ch. Brooklyn 1911-14; field sec. Ministerial An- 
nuity Fund, Neb. 1917, Kan. 1918; Pilgrim Memorial Fund 1919. 

Address 179 Park PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

George Allen Mathews (spec, course) died in Vineyard Haven, April 6 , 
1915. 

Edgar Leander Morse p. Williams Bay and Fontana, Wis. 1908-10; 
miss'y sup. Ore. Minn, and Idaho 1910-12; Faulkton, S. D. 1912-14; 
pulpit sup. 1914-18; business from 1918. Address Durand, Wis. 

Charles Albert Perry res. Sharon 1905-12; Bowdoinham, Me. from 1912. 

Address Bowdoinham, Me. 

Lawrence Phelps (spec, course) prof. Biblical Lit. Atlanta Sem. 1906-14; 
same at Piedmont Coll. 1914-20; sup. at Cumberland Mills, Me., 
Castine, Gorham and Calais; D.D. Wheaton 1910. 

Address Boothbay Harbor, Me. 

William Rogers Richards died in New York City, Jan. 7, 1910. 

John Peabody Richardson p. Dighton 1909-16 ; Griswold, Conn. 1918-24 ; 
died in Dorchester, Mass. Mar. 16, 1926. 

Ezra Jackson Riggs p. No. Carver 1909-11; Meredith, N. H. 1911-13; 
w. c. Exeter, N. H. 1913-17; St. Cloud, Fla. 1917-19; Winter Park, 
Fla. 1920. Address West Medway, Mass. 

George Champlin Shepard Southworth (non-grad.) died in Springfield, 
Feb. 19, 1918. 

Charles Franklin Thwing pres. West. Res. 1890-1921 and emer. ; Litt.D . 
Univ. Pa. 1917. 

Address 11109 Bellflower Road, N.E., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Malan Humphrey Wright died in Northampton, Jan. 18, 1917. 



38 



ALUMNI 1880 

1880 

William Capell Calland. Address 842 Benton Ave., Springfield, Mo. 

Frederic Arthur Churchill (non-grad.) 

Address 540 Henry Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 

Edward Lane Chute p. Conway 1906-15; Paxton 1916-27. 

Address Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Frederick Joel Conner (spec, course) Address unknown. 

Joseph Frederick Flint died in Lincoln, 111. Aug. 12, 1919. 

George Augustus Gates pres. Fisk Univ. Nashville, Tenn. from 1909; 
died in Winter Park, Fla. Nov. 19, 1912. 

Hastings Hornell Hart dir. Dept. of Child Helping, Russell Sage Founda- 
tion 1908-24; consultant since then. Author of works on penology. 

Address 130 E. 22d St., New York, N. Y. 

Robert Mackemmie Higgins p. Berlin, Wis. 1905-1916; died in Pomona, 
Cal. Jan. 30, 1918. 

Samuel Hodgkiss (spec, course) r. Wilkinsonville, 1897-1908; Whitins- 
ville 1910-12; West Fitchburg 1913-16; Sheffield 1917-19; Great 
Barrington 1920; died in Brooklyn, N. Y. Dec. 24, 1922. 

Samuel Lane Loomis p. Westfield, N. J. 1909-16; assoc. sec. A.M.A. 
1917-23; editor American Missionary. 

Address 51 Pinebrook Drive, Larchmont, N. Y. 

Thomas McClelland pres. Knox Coll. 1900-17 and pres. emer. from 1917; 
LL.D. Grinnell 1915; died in Galesburg, 111. Jan. 29, 1926. 

John Merriam died in Port Dickinson, N. Y. Dec. 14, 1918. 

Egbert Newcomb Munro died in Schenectady, N. Y. Nov. 26, 1916. 

William Ichabod Nichols (non-grad.) gen. sec. Board of Charities, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1896-1912; res. Wilton, Conn. 1912-13; p. First 
(Unit.) ch. Deerfield, Mass. from 1913; died in Hingham, Nov. 3, 1917. 

Charles Lothrop Noyes p. Winter Hill ch. Somerville, 1882-1922 and 
emer.; trustee Andover T. S. from 1907; D.D. Harv. 1909; act. p. 
English-speaking Union ch. Yokohama, Japan, 1922-23; died there 
Aug. 8, 1923. 

Rollo Ogden (non-grad.) Ed. N. Y. Evening Post 1903-20; asso. ed. New 
York Times 1920-22; ed. from 1922. 

Address 216 Summit Ave., Summit, N. J. 

Frank Palmer. Address 138 Broadway, Norwich, Conn. 

Frank Herbert Palmer pres. of Palmer Co. and ed. of Education. 

Address Braintree, Mass. 

Charles Parkhurst (res. lie.) ed. Zion's Herald 1888-1919; retired; died in 
SomerviUe, Feb. 27, 1921. 

39 



1880-1881 ALUMNI 

Arthur Haydn Pearson. Address 202 Elm St., Northfield, Minn. 

Edgar James Penney p. Muskogee, Okla. 1907-10; Mason City, la. 
1910-12; chap, and instr. Bible and Eng. studies Pineywood Sch. 
Braxton, Miss. 1913-14; p. (Meth.) Oskaloosa, la. 1915-16; w.c. 
from 1916. Address Pineywood, Miss. 

Sidney Kingman Perkins p. First ch. York, Me. 1899-1910; supt. schools 
York 1909-10; p. Manchester, Vt. 1910-20; South Ashburnham, 
Mass. 1921-24 and emer. Address Haverhill, N. H. 

Henry Hildreth Piper (non-grad.) asst. prof, operative dentistry Tufts 
Coll. from 1916 and instr. dental hist'y, from 1918. 

Address 411 High St., W. Medford, Mass. 

Erwin Hart Richards. Address 270 E. College St., Oberlin, Ohio. 

James Herron Skiles p. Eldon, la. 1909-14; Miles 1915-20; died in 
Shenandoah, Aug. 22, 1924. 

Daniel Elijah Smith died in Miami, Fla. Oct. 18, 1910. 

Goodwin Deloss Swezey. Address 2600 R St., Lincoln, Neb . 

Rufus Babcock Tobey died in Middleboro, Jan. 6, 1920. 

Joseph Newton Walker (spec, course) p. Lebanon Centre, Me. 1906-08; 
Milton, N. H. 1908-11; Mt. Desert, Me. 1911-14; Windsor, Mass. 
1917-21. Address 10 Nutting Ave., Amherst, Mass. 

George Youngs Washburn p. Grafton, Vt. 1914-15; died in Boston, 
Dec. 3, 1915. 

William Orne Weeden in business 1901-12; ministerial supply. 

Address 3653 Jackdaw St., San Diego, Cal. 

Sumner Gilbert Wood p. Blandf ord 1901-1 1 ; Winchester, N. H. 1911-21 ; 
East Berkshire, Vt. 1922-23. Address West Medway, Mass. 

1881 

Gilbert Brownell Balch died in Topsfield, July 24, 1910. 

Tilton Clark Hall Bouton p. Chelmsford 1908-10; res. Hudson, N. H. 
1911-19; St. Petersburg, Fla. from 1919. 

Address St. Petersburg, Fla. 

George Shaw Butters (non-grad.) inst. N. E. Deaconess Train. Sch. 
1895-1910; same at Sch. of Theol. Boston Univ. from 1910; died in 
Newton, June 29, 1925. 

William Rogers Campbell p. Highland ch. Roxbury Crossing from 1881; 
Visitor Andover 1912-1925. 

Address 72 Alleghany St., Roxbury Crossing, Mass. 

Daniel Webster Clark (spec, course) died in So. Framingham, Dec. 18, 
1910. 

Daniel Herbert Colcord died in Claremont, Cal. Feb. 11, 1923. 

40 



ALUMNI 1881 

Isaac Linnaes Cory (res. lie.) p. Waukesha, Wis. 1898-1910; Clinton, 
Mont. 1911-12; Hardin 1913-1920; Laurel from 1921. 

Address Laurel, Mont. 

Edward Oscar Dyer died in Chester, Conn. Dec. 28, 1914. 

Washington Horace Forbes p. New Sharon, Me. 1907-09; Lakeville, 
Mass. 1910-15; Dunstable 1916-19. Address Andover, Mass. 

Herbert Wendell Gleason author Through the Year with Thoreau 1917. 

Address 1259 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Herbert Delos Goodenough (non-grad.) miss'y A.B.C.F.M. South Africa 
1881-1913; retired. Address Ruskin, Fla. 

Richard Baxter Grover p. Gloucester 1906-11; West Newbury 1911-19; 
Petersham from 1920. Address Petersham, Mass. 

Ivory Hovey Bartlett Headley died in Washington, D. C. Oct. 30, 1914. 

John Franklin Home last reported address San Diego, Cal.; present 
address unknown. 

Charles Francis Wayland Hubbard p. Gunnison, Col. 1910; Union 
Foreign ch. Pekin, China 1914-17; p. Carpinteria, Cal. from 1925. 

Address Carpinteria, Cal. 

Charles White Huntington p. Central ch. Toledo, Ohio 1905-13; sup. 
different chs. from 1913, inch Claremont, Cal. 1915-16. 

Address 306 Lexington St., Waltham, Mass. 

Raymond Greene McClelland rep. Knox Co. in O. Const'l Conven. 
1912; p. So. Pres. ch. Citronella, Ala. from 1918. 

Address Citronella, Ala. 

Irving Wight Metcalf (non-grad.) 

Address 167 No. Professor St., Oberlin, Ohio. 

Henry Porter Peck teacher Appleton Acad, and Stearns Sch. Mont 
Vernon, N. H. 1901-19; p. Mont Vernon 1901-1922 and emer. 

Address Mont Vernon, N. H. 

Joseph Henry Selden p. Second ch. Greenwich, Conn. 1900-1911; died 
in Norwich, Conn. Oct. 9, 1923. 

Arthur Fessenden Skeele p. Olivet, Mich. 1908-12; Ventura, Cal. 1913- 
14; Monrovia 1914-18. Address 225 Monroe PL, Monrovia, Cal. 

Ezra Allen Slack. Address 198 Harvard St., Brookline, Mass. 

David Brainerd Spencer p. River Falls, Wis. 1901-10; (Presb.) Willmar, 
Minn. 1910-12. Address River Falls, Wis. 

Edwin Huntington Stickney supt. Cong. S.S. & Pub. Soc. N. D. 1891- 
1909; joint miss'y supt. N. D. Cong. Conference 1909-21; D. D. 
Fargo 1910, Dart. 1915; died in Fargo, N. D. Jan. 28, 1927. 



41 



1881-1882 ALUMNI 

Clement James Strang p. Gilmore, Benzonia, Mich. 1907-09; teacher 
Tillotson Goll. (Tex.) 1909-10; prin. King's Mountain Acad. (N. C.) 
1910-12; p. Johannesburg, Mich. 1912-15; Long Rapids 1915-16; 
various sup. 1916-23; Eden 1923-26; Commissioner of Schools, 
Benzie Co. 1923- ; author God's Way in Evolution 1926. 

Address Benzonia, Mich. 

Charles Selden Vaile died in Claremont, Cal. April 3, 1918. 

George Brainerd Wellington (non-grad.) died in Troy, N. Y. Jan. 31, 
1921. 

Frank Newhall White p. Union Park ch. Chicago, 111. 1904-12; Lowry 
Hill ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1913-14; First ch. Walla Walla, Wash. 
1914-16; asso. supt. Cong. Conf. of Wash, and Northern Idaho 
1916-17; Western sec. A.M.A. 1917-23; died in Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Jan. 13, 1926. 

William Edgar Wolcott died in Lawrence, May 12, 1911. 

1882 

Charles Darwin Adams (non-grad.) prof. Greek Dartmouth from 1893. 

Address Hanover, N. H. 

Melvin James Allen p. Southwick 1906-10; Pelham, N. H. 1910-15; 
Boscawen 1915-22; Brentwood 1922-23; died in Richford, N. Y. 
July 3, 1924. 

James Miller Bennett (non-grad.) died in Pittsburgh, Pa. Oct. 31, 1922. 

Nehemiah Boynton p. Clinton Ave. ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1906-20, emer. 
thereafter; trustee Andover T. S. 1907-16 and pres. of Board 1914- 
16. Address Newton Centre, Mass. 

Harry LeRoy Brickett p. Marion 1894-1913; Southbridge from 1913; 
died in Manchester, N. H., Aug. 13, 1926. 

George Collins Capron no later address learned. 

Charles Francis Carter p. Lexington 1896-1910; Park ch. Hartford, 
Conn. (Immanuel from 1914) 1910-27; D. D. Marietta 1916; trustee 
Andover T. S. from 1917 and pres. of Board from 1918. 

Address 40 Kenyon St., Hartford, Conn. 

Joseph Hayes Chandler Western ed. The Congregationalist 1908-12; 
ex. sec. Chicago Ch. Fed. 1911-12; p. Alto Pass, 111., Milwaukee, 
Wis. and Calumet, Mich. 1913-16; teacher ethics and sociology John 
Marshall Law Sch. Chicago 1915; p. Belchertown, Mass. 1916-18. 

Address 96 Bridge St., Northampton, Mass. 

William Franklin Coburn (non-grad.) died in Jonia, Mich. Dec. 4, 1921. 

Edward Danforth Curtis died in Indianapolis, Ind. Aug. 14, 1916. 

Arthur Payson Dana (adv. class) lawyer Boston, 1889-14. 

Address Wellesley, Mass. 

42 



ALUMNI 1882 

Edgar Thomas Farrill p. Kenosha, Wis. 1902-1912; field sec. Wis. C. E. 
Union, 1912-22; D.D. Brown 1921; died in Milwaukee, Wis. Jan. 12, 
1922. 

John Alfred Faulkner (adv. class) author Crises in the Early Church; 
Wesley as Sociologist, Theologian and Churchman; Modernism and 
the Christian Faith; LL.D. Pennsylvania Coll. Gettysburg 1919. 

Address Madison, N. J. 

James Wesson Flagg p. Merrimac 1901-16; Rye, N. H. from 1917. 

Address Rye, N. H. 

George Benjamin Frost in business from 1910. 

Address 29 Highland Rd., Andover, Mass. 

Edward Munson Hill prin. Can. Cong. Coll. (Theol.) 1901-15; pres. 
Can. Cong. For. Miss'y Soc; retired. 

Address 206 Walnut Ave., Wayne, Pa. 

William DeWitt Hyde pres. and prof, mental and moral philos. Bowdoin 
1885-1917; overseer of Harvard 1915-17; died in Brunswick, Me. 
June 29, 1917. 

Arthur Willard Kelly. Address 91 Central St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Charles Loveland Merriam p. Central ch. Derry, N. H. 1903-10; North 
ch. Newton, Mass. 1911-13; Paterson, N. J. from 1913; died in 
Hackensack, N. J. Dec. 10, 1914. 

William Carter Merritt field sec. International S. S. Assoc. 1905-14; 
extension sec. Pomona Coll. 1914-15; sec. and mgr. Claremont 
Miss'y Home from 1915. Address Claremont, Cal. 

Darius Augustine Newton p. Winchester 1889-1909; Reading 1910-12 
and emer. Address 26 Church St., Westboro, Mass. 

Henry Mixter Penniman prof. Christian evidences Berea from 1895, 
emer. from 1924; asst. to president. 

Address Berea College, Berea, Ky. 

Charles Homer Percival (non-grad.) p. Rochester, N. H. 1907-16; died 
in Claremont, Cal. Oct. 13, 1924. 

Hervey Gorham Pillsbury p. Ripon, Wis. 1907-12; Morris, 111. 1913-16; 
St. Paul Ch. Chicago from 1917; D.D. Ripon 1909. 

Address 2118 N. Tripp Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Augustin Francois Rivard (spec, course) in 1912 stationed at Monte- 
bello, Quebec and No. Nation Mills, Me. No later address learned. 

John Ladd Sewall sec. Board of Trade, Worcester 1908-09; ex. sec. 
Boston 1915 Movement 1909-10; p. Lake View ch. Worcester 1911- 
16; Lake Helen, Fla. 1917-21; died in Seabreeze, Fla. June 12, 1923. 

John Taylor Shaw assoc. prof. Latin Oberlin Acad. 1891-1916, prin. 
1914-16; assoc. prof. Latin Oberlin Coll. 1916-19 and emer. from 
1919. Address 399 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 

43 



1882-1883 ALUMNI 

Herbert Warner Stebbins died in Brookline June 19, 1915. 

Frank Travis (non-grad.) no later information. 

Charles Luke Wells (non-grad.) New Orleans, La. 1899-1909; teacher 
McGill Univ. Montreal 1909-12; Northampton, Mass. 1912-13; 
Marblehead 1913-15; r. Macon, Ga. 1915-16; prof. Eccles. Hist'y Univ. 
of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. from 1916; dean Theol. Sch. from 1922. 

Address Univ. of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Theodore Chickering Williams (non-grad.) died in Boston, May 6, 1915. 

1883 

Harlan Page Beach prof. Yale Sem. 1906-21 and emer.; author Renais- 
sant Latin America 1916; co-author World atlas (1911) and Statistics 
(1916) of Christian Missions; World Missionary Atlas 1925; D.D. 
Amherst 1913. Address 57 Madison Ave., Madison, N. J. 

Franklin Solomon Fitch (res. lie.) p. First ch. Buffalo, N.Y. 1883-1915; 
sup. First ch. San Francisco 1917; died in Berkeley, Cal. Dec. 23, 
1917. 

Charles Taylor Hawes (adv. class) Address Bangor, Me. 

Josiah H Heald Supt. of Spanish-speaking work in the Southwest under 
the Cong. Extension Boards. 

Address 1117 Laurel St., El Paso, Texas. 

Charles Werden Holbrook. 

Address 596 Thompson Ave., East Haven, Conn. 

Frederick Augustus Holden (non-grad.) p. Huntington 1902-09; Preston 
1909-11; New Haven, Vt. 1911-13; died in Melrose Highlands, Mass. 
Nov. 22, 1920. 

John Francis Hooper (non-grad.) no later information. 

Edward Lovell Houghton p. (Unit.) Norwell 1911-16; Whitman 1916-21; 
(Univ.) Haverhill 1922-25; Winchester, N. H. 1926-. 

Address Winchester, N. H. 

Francis Percival Stewart Lamb (non-grad.) no later information. 

George Washington Mitchell p. Chadron, Neb. 1906-10; prin. Gates 
Acad. Neligh 1910-13; p. Cortland 1913-14; prin. Franklin Acad. 
1914-20; p. Gregory, S. D. 1921-23. Address Chadron, Neb. 

William Josiah Parmelee. Address 108 Calhoun St., Springfield, Mass. 

Clarence Pike p. Ashland 1907-11; Milton, N. H. 1911-15; Royalston, 
Mass. 1915-24; Coventry, Vt. 1925-. Address Coventry, Vt. 

Wesley Frank Price. Address Roberts, Wis. 

James Tobey Pyke. Address 308 Benefit St., Providence, R. I. 

Edward Strieby Steele (adv. class) Dept. of Agri. Wash, from 1918; 
retired. Address 1316 Monroe St., Washington, D.C. 

44 



ALUMNI 1884-1885 

1884 

Myron Winslow Adams (non-grad.) dean Atlanta Univ. 1896-1919; act. 
pres. 1919-23; pres. from 1923. Address Atlanta, Ga. 

Edward Percival Allen. Address 147 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Augustus Stiles Carrier (non-grad.) died in Miami, Fla. Sept. 4, 1923. 

George Croswell Cressey p. Effra Rd. ch. London, Eng. 1907-14; lect. on 
The Preparation and Delivery of the Unwritten Sermon, Manchester 
(Unit.) Coll. Eng. 1912 and Meadville Theol. Sem. 1914; p. Church 
of the Redeemer (Unit.) Staten Island, N, Y. 1914; New York (New 
Brighton) 1914-23; Tyngsboro, Mass. from 1924. 

Address 7 Haviland St., Boston, Mass. 

John Doane p. Mission Hill ch. San Diego, Cal. 1911-13; died there 
July 17, 1913. 

Amos Frederic Dunnels p. Elmwood (Presb.) ch. E. Orange, N. J. 1914- 
21; (Cong.) So. Bristol, Me. from 1922; died there Feb. 21, 1926. 

Newton Irving Jones (res. lie.) p. Orleans 1911-16; West Tisbury 1918- 
20; Worthington 1920-22; died in Groton Mar. 7, 1923. 

Oscar Garland Mclntyre (res. lie.) died in West Woodstock, Conn. 
May 19, 1926. 

Thomas Wesley Minnis (adv. class) p. Christopher, Wash. 1907-10; res. 
Seattle, Wash, from 1910. Address 1931 4th St. W., Seattle, Wash. 

Charles Sumner Murkland (adv. class) prin. Brewster Free Acad. 1907- 
10; Y.M.C.A. educational director in France 1917-19; died in 
Waltham, Nov. 11, 1926. 

James Edwin Odlin (non-grad.) died in Brookline, Nov. 9, 1920. 

Edward Collins Porter. Address 24 Randolph St., Arlington, Mass. 

George Wallace Shaw (res. lie.) died in Fall River, Mar. 3, 1915. 

James Spencer Voorhees p. Adams 1903-10; in business Lakeville, Conn. 
1910-13; p. Lee, Mass. 1913-16; La Jolla, Cal. 1916-18; Phoenix, 
Ariz. 1918-19; Pomfret, Conn. 1919-23; Riverside Memorial ch. 
Haverhill, Mass. 1924. Address 196 Fern St., West Hartford, Conn. 

Langdon Lauriston Ward (non-grad.) died in Boston, Aug. 15, 1922. 

1885 

William Osborn Ballantine med. miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India; retired in 
1922. Address 1021 South El Molino Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

Wallace Irving Coburn (non-grad.) Address Turner's Falls, Mass. 

Theodore George DeLyre (adv. class) no later information. 

John McGaw Foster r. Ch. of Messiah, Boston 1898-1922 and r. hon. 
since then. Address 30 Fresh Pond Parkway, Cambridge, Mass. 

45 



1885-1886 ALUMNI 

David Edgar French retired. 

Address 351 North Main St., Pomona, Cal. 

Edwin Charles Holman field sec. Internat'l Sunshine Soc. 1906-12; treas. 
Golden Rule Alliance of Am. 1912; act. p. First Ref. ch. Long Island 
City 1918-19; ed. Universal Eng'r 1918-19; treas. Fanny J. Crosby 
Memorial for Blind Girls. Address 75 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Charles Smith Mills p. Pilgrim ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1905-12; First ch. 
Montclair, N. J. 1912-20; pres. Cong. H. M. Soc. 1906-10; chmn. 
Pilgrim Mem'l Fund Com'n 1917-20, exec. sec. from 1920; exec, 
various denom. boards; D.D. Amherst 1907. 

Address 26 East 63d St., New York, N. Y. 

Horace Edwin Morrow teacher Indian Sch. Rapid City, S. D. 1906-10; 
prin. Tongue River, Mont. 1910-12; clerk Day Schools (Ind.) Pine 
Ridge, S. D. 1913-18; prin. teacher Boarding Sch. (Ind.) Pine Ridge, 
1918-20; p. Ulen and Fertile, Minn. 1921 ; Drake and Anamoose, N. D. 
1922; Garvin, Minn. 1923-27; Glyndon 1927-. 

Address Glyndon, Minn. 

George Nelson Musgrove (res. lie.) p. Sherman, Cal. 1907-08; Palms 
1911-12; died in La Manda Park, Cal. Oct. 31, 1924. 

Stephen Henry Robinson (adv. class) p. Dunbarton, N. H. 1905-10; 
sup. GofTstown 1910-11; p. Franconia 1911-15; various sup. from 
1917; died in Concord, N. H. Oct. 4, 1922. 

Charles Fremont Roper p. First ch. River Point, R.I. 1904-21 ; Crockett, 
Cal. 1921; died in Berkeley, Cal. June 1, 1923. 

Arley Barthlow Show died in Palo Alto, Cal. Oct. 28, 1920. 

William Albert Sinclair exec. sec. Y.M.C.A. at Camps Holabird, Greene, 
and Mills, during World War; died in Rahway, N. J. Apr. 20, 1926. 

Walter Perkins Taylor instructor public speaking various Theol. schools 
from 1912; died in Beverly Sept. 12, 1926. 

David Collin Wells died in Hanover, N. H. June 11, 1911. 

John Thomas Whalley. Address 612 McKay Bldg., Portland, Ore. 

1886 

James Alexander (adv. class) p. (Presb.) First ch. Boston 1906-10; 
Lit. Ed. Boston Herald 1910-12. 

Address 184 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

George Henry Badger (non-grad.) p. (Unit.) San Antonio, Tex. 1912- 
18; Orlando, Fla. from 1918. 

Address 200 E. Livingston Ave., Orlando, Fla. 

Herbert Wendell Boyd w. c. Newton and Amherst 1908-10; p. East 
Bridgewater 1910-19; Wareham from 1919. 

Address 161 High St., Wareham, Mass. 

46 



ALUMNI 1886 

Charles Russell Bruce (adv. class) owner and ed. Union Co. Courier, 
Elk Point, S. D. 1897-1912; res. Minneapolis 1912; p. Sanborn, 
N. D. 1913; Gann Valley, S. D. 1913-14; Humboldt, S. D. 1914- 
15; Cleveland, N. D. 1916; Elgin, 1917; Glendale and Cedar chs. 
Miller, S. D. 1918; Myron ch. Faulkton and Wecota, 1919; w. c. 
Pompey's Pillar, Mont. 1920-21; p. Usk and Cusick, Wash. 1922; 
Van Cleve, Iowa 1923-26; Red Granite, Wis. 1926-. 

Address Red Granite, Wis. 

Enoch Hale Burt (adv. class) p. Ivoryton, Conn. 1898-1913; First 
(Cong.) ch. Torrington, Conn, from 1913. 

Address Torrington, Conn. 

Charles Herrick Cutler p. First ch. Bangor, Me. 1886-1911; Union ch. 
Waban, Mass. 1912-25. Address Andover, Mass. 

Edward Day p. Wichita, Kan. 1908-15; Eugene, Ore. 1915-16; San An- 
tonio, Tex. from 1921. Address San Antonio, Texas. 

Christus Apostolos Derebey educ'l and med'l miss'y work among the 
Greeks in Chicago 1893-1908; on staff of Montrose Hospital and 
practicing medicine. Address 4342 N. Keystone Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Hiram Janes Ferris (adv. class) died in Oak Park, 111. Oct. 7, 1912. 

George Herbert Grannis (adv. class) p. Brightwood ch. Indianapolis, 
Ind. 1907-14; Elm Cong. ch. Plymouth, Pa. 1914-15; died there 
April 11, 1915. 

Franklin Fuller Gunn sch. com'r. Glens Falls, N. Y. 1909-12; dis. supt. 
sch. 1st supervisory dis. Warren Co. N. Y. from 1912. 

Address 14 Center St., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Myles Standish Hemenway res. Windsor, Vt. and New York City to 
1925; res. Canon St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland, Me. from 1925. 

Address Portland, Me. 

James A Jones (adv. class) died Sept. 11, 1919. 

Francis Edge Kavenagh (adv. class) 

Address Meadowdale, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Lucius Orren Lee (adv. class) miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Turkey, 1880-1910. 

Address 138 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Alford Brown Penniman p. Second ch. Beloit, Wis. 1910-13; Calumet, 
Mich. 1915; died there Oct. 1, 1915. 

Benjamin Whipple Pennock p. Grafton, Vt. 1902-08; died in Boston, 
Mass. Dec. 18, 1922. 

Frank Churchill Scoville (res. lie.) p. (Ref. Dutch) Greenwich, N. Y. 
1886-1923. Address Greenwich, N. Y. 

Charles Monroe Sheldon p. Central ch. Topeka, Kan. 1889-1912 and 
1915-20; author The Mere Man and his Problems, 1924, and other 
books; editor-in-chief Christian Herald 1920-25 and contrib. ed. 
1925. Address Topeka, Kansas. 

47 



1886-1887 ALUMNI 

Eugene Warren Stoddard prin. High sch. Martinez, Cal. 1903-11; 
prin. High sch. Vacaville, Cal. from 1911. Address Vacaville, Cal. 

Frederick Wells Tuckerman (adv. class) Address Colorado Springs, Col. 

Edgar Warren p. Atkinson, N. H. 1907-10; sup. Christian ch. North 
Hampton, N. H. 1912-14 and from 1916. Address Hampton, N. H. 

Charles Henry Washburn (non-grad.) p. Trinity ch. (Neponset) Boston 
1904-14; Fowler, Fall River 1914-17; Maiden 1917-21; Burlington 
from 1922. Address Woburn, Mass. 

Wilmot Henry Wheeler (non-grad.) 

Address 2128 Ewing St., Los Angeles, Cal. 



1887 

John Barstow p. Lee 1906-12; Wethersfield Ave. ch. Hartford, Conn. 
1912-13; Norfolk 1915-19; Windsor Ave. ch. Hartford 1920-23; 
Wethersfield from 1924; died there Apr. 26, 1927. 

Hagop Caspar Bulbulian p. First ch. Aintab, Turkey 1907-10; thereafter, 
evangelistic work; died in Aleppo, May 27, 1912. 

Frederick George Chutter p. Norwich, Vt. 1911-13; Lebanon, N. H. 
1916-21; Mystic, Conn, from 1925. Address Mystic, Conn. 

Samuel Valentine Cole trustee Bowdoin 1901-12 and v. pres. from 1912; 
pres. Boston Browning Soc. 1912-14 and hon. mem. N. Y. Browning 
Soc. from 1916; suggested and supervised change (1912) of Wheaton 
Sem. to Wheaton Coll. being pres. from 1912; Visitor, Andover 
1907-22; LL.D. Bowdoin 1912; author The Great Grey King and 
Other Poems 1914; Monica 1926; died in Norton, May 6, 1925. 

Harry Pinneo Dewey p. Plymouth ch. Minneapolis, Minn, from 1907; 
trustee Williams Coll., Andover T. S., Carleton Coll., Straight Univ.; 
officer in many Cong, organizations. 

Address 500 Groveland Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Edward Torrey Ford (res. stu.) p. Tacoma, Wash. 1900-13; E. Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 1914-19; Hartford, Vt. 1920-26; No. Abington, Mass. 
from 1926; D.D. Whitworth Coll. 1910. 

Address North Abington, Mass. 

Theodore Woodruff Haven (adv. class) Central N. Y. Conf. (Meth.) 
1904-11; N. Y. Conf. 1911-20; died in Great Barrington, Mass. 
Apr. 3, 1920. 

Edward Beach Howell (non-grad.) lawyer. 

Address 132 South Arden Blvd., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Robert Humphrey (adv. class) p. Kirwin, Kan. 1909-11; Berkley, 

Mass. 1911-16; Plympton 1916-19; Canterbury, Conn. 1919-23; 

Federated ch. Staff ordville, Conn. 1923-24; died in North Carver, 
Mass. Jan. 22, 1925. 

48 



ALUMNI 1887-1888 

Charles Carroll Kellogg field sec. N. E. Conservatory of Music 1911-13; 
died in Brookline Oct. 5, 1913. 

Lucien Carpenter Kimball p. Hopkinton, N. H. from 1908; owned and 
conducted sanitarium 1908-14. Address Hopkinton, N. H. 

Charles William Longren p. Weiser, Idaho, 1909-11; died in Redlands, 
Cal. Nov. 5, 1912. 

Charles Washington Luck state senator from Boise Co. Idaho 1913-14; 
civil engineer. Address Weiser, Idaho. 

William Noyes inst. Teachers Coll. Columbia Univ. 1900-15; dir. manual 
training Duluth, Minn. 1916-18; Federal Bd. for Vocational Educ. 
1918-21; dist. supt. of Rehabilitation of Disabled Soldiers, Albany, 
N. Y. from 1921. 

Permanent home address 216 Hillside Ave., Leonia, N. J. 

Davie Butler Pratt prof. Bib. Lit. Talladega Coll. 1908-13; prof. Hebrew 
and Greek, Ch. Hist, and Sociology 1913-16, and dean and prof. 
Ch. Hist, and Sociology, Sch. of Relig. Howard Univ. from 1916. 
D.D. Howard 1914. 

Address 325 College St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

William Slade p. Federated ch. No. Thetford 1907-11; p. First ch. and 
prin. Thetford (Vt.) Acad. 1911-17; sup. Swampscott (Mass.) Cong, 
ch. six months 1917-18; chap. Atlanta Univ. 1918-21; p. No. Thet- 
ford, (Vt.) from 1922. Address No. Thetford, Vt. 

Daniel Temple Torrey. Address 238 Williams St., Providence, R. I. 

William Jay Turner p. Shenandoah, Idaho 1908-15; Onawa, Iowa 1915— 
18; Cherokee 1918-20; Union ch. Moline, 111. 1921-23; Somers, Wis. 
from 1924. Address Somers, Wis. 

John Brainerd Wilson (non-grad.) p. Pleasant St. (Bapt.) ch. Concord, 
N. H. 1902-15; sup. Everett, Mass. 1915-16; p. Chapel St. ch. E. 
Gloucester 1916-24. Address R.F.D. No. 1, Hooksett, N. H. 

Josiah Alonzo Wood (adv. class) in business. Address Centralia, Va. 

George Masters Woodwell p. Princeton, Me. 1906-10 and supt. schools 
1907-10; p. So. Bristol 1910-14; Lyme, N. H. from 1920; died there 
Apr. 19, 1927. 

1888 

James Church Alvord p. Hopedale Union ch. 1909-12; Littleton, 1915— 
17; So. Attleboro, 1917-19; prof. Emory and Henry Coll. 1920-21; 
Centenary Coll. 1921-23; Southwestern La. Institute from 1923; 
author The Iron Cross 1915. Address Shreveport, La. 

Andrew Webster Archibald (res. lie.) res. Newton Centre 1907-19 supply- 
ing Waban 1910-12; Second ch. Dorchester (1912) and other chs; 
res. New Haven, Conn, from 1920; author The Trend of the Cen- 
turies, The Easter Hope, Biblical Nature Studies, The Modern Man 
Facing the old Problem; died 1926. 

49 



1888 ALUMNI 

Leon Duston Bliss p. Lenox 1908-16; teacher Latin Trinity Sch. Lenox 
1915-17; p. and miss'y service Straight Coll. (A.M. A.) New Orleans, 
La. 1918; p. Sheffield, Mass. 1919-20; Paso Robles, Cal. 1922-24. 

Address Atascadero, Cal. 

John Wright Buckham prof. Theol. Pacific Sch. of Religion from 1903; 
N. W. Taylor lect. Yale 1914; chairman com'n on Cong. Theology 
Internat'l Cong. Council 1920; author John Knox McLean, a Biog- 
raphy; Mysticism and Modern Life 1915; Progressive Religious 
Thought in America 1919; Religion as Experience 1922; Personality 
and Psychology 1924. Address Berkeley, Cal. 

Edward Herrick Chandler sec. Twentieth Century Club, Boston 1901- 
24; p. Union ch. Taunton 1924-27. Address Woodstock, Conn. 

Calvin Montague Clark prof. Ch. Hist. Bangor 1906-; author, History 
of the Maine Missionary Society 1926; D.D. Williams 1914. 

Address 306 Union St., Bangor, Me. 

William Isaac Cole sec. South End House, Boston 1894-1913; res. 
lecturer Applied Sociology Wheaton Coll. 1913-16, and prof. do. 
1916-26; treas. Wheaton 1913-26. Address Norton, Mass. 

Frank Bristow Hines pres. Southern Collegiate Inst. 1894-1913; in 
business from 1913. Address Carbondale, 111. 

Keizo Koyano. Address (1922) Higher Commercial School, Tokyo, Japan. 

George Albert Loomis. Address East Greenwich, R. I. 

Duncan McDermid (adv. class) died in New York City, Nov. 6, 1919. 

Herbert Gardner Mank p. United (Cong.) ch. Lawrence 1898-1924, 
and emer. ; died there Dec. 14, 1926. 

George Willis Patterson. 

Address 1300 Belmont St., N. W., Washington, D. C . 

William Abbott Perkins died in Woodstock, Conn. Jan. 31, 1918. 

Hovhannes Kevork Santikian established Pilgrim Armenian (Cong.) 
ch. Fresno, Cal.; First Armenian ch. Fowler; Armenian ch. Parlier; 
sup. 1903-09; farming. Address Route A, Box 262, Fowler, Cal. 

Ernest Warburton Shurtleff active in War relief work in Paris 1914; 
died in Dinard, France, Aug. 24, 1917. 

Albert David Smith p. Milton 1908-20, and emer. 

Address Milton, Mass. 

Edward Byron Stiles died in North Woodstock, N. H. Aug. 6, 1917. 

William Bartlett Tyler (non-grad.) 

Address 34 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Herbert Dickinson Ward. Address South Berwick, Me. 

Robert Archey Woods (res. stu.) Head of South End House, Boston, 
from 1891; author The Neighborhood in Nation Building 1922; 
The Settlement Horizon 1922; died in Boston, Feb. 18, 1925. 

50 



ALUMNI 1889-1890 

1889 

Arza Herbert Armes p. Westminster 1907-10; No. Middleboro 1910-12; 
Northwood Center 1913-14; Slatersville, R. I. 1917-19; Manomet, 
Mass. 1924-. Address Manomet, Mass. 

Walter Allen Evans (adv. class) died in Elgin, 111. Aug. 6, 1917. 

William Cope Hawthorne (res. lie.) no further information. 

Gabriel Basileios Kambour p. Campton, N. H. 1908-16; Charlemont, 
Mass. 1916-19; Woburn 1920-21. 

Address 80 Market St., Rockland, Mass. 

George Frederick Kenngott p. First (Trin.) ch. Lowell 1892-1912; supt. 
Cong. Church Extension Soc. of Los Angeles, Cal. and So. Cal. Cong. 
Conf. from 1912; assoc. prof, of sociology, Univ. of So. Cal. 1913-19; 
author The Record of a City 1912. 

Address 714 South Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Korehiro Sogaku Kurahara (non-grad.) Address Kumamoto, Japan. 

Ellsworth Gage Lancaster pres. Olivet Coll. 1904-15; p. North Conway, 
N. H. from 1923. Address North Conway, N. H. 

Donald McDonald (res. stu.) Last reported address De Soto, Mo. 
Present address unknown. 

Henry Albert Macgowan (non-grad.) 

Address 22 Boynton St., Worcester, Mass. 

Frederick Brooks Noyes p. Scituate 1905-13; Union Cong. ch. Ludlow 
1913-16; Harwichport 1917-22; Leicester 1922-26. 

Address Acton, Mass. 

Charles Cutler Torrey prof. Yale from 1900; author Ezra Studies 1910; 
Composition and Date of Acts 1916. 

Address 191 Bishop St., New Haven, Conn. 

Grant Van Blarcom p. Concord, Vt. 1906-12; Westmoreland, Spofford 
and W. Chesterfield, N. H. 1912-14; Turner Center, Me. 1914-22; 
Jacksonville, Vt. 1922-23; Oakfield, Me. from 1924. 

Address Oakfield, Me. 

Inman Lyon Willcox p. Park ch. Worcester 1891-1909; North Guilford, 
N. Y. 1910-18; Franklin, Mass. 1920-23; Seneca Falls, N. Y. 1924-27; 
Union (Presb.) Carney's Point, N. J. from 1927. 

Address Carney's Point, N. J. 



1890 

Henry Rolfe Baker (adv. class). Address Mitchell, S. D. 

James Ernest Barbour. Address 114 Trenton St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Aaron McGaffey Beede attorney. Address Fort Yates, N. D. 

George Helon Buck. Address Crown Point, N. Y. 

51 



1890-1891 ALUMNI 

Charles Frederick Burroughs (adv. class) p. (Univ.) White River 
Junction, Vt. 1903-16; died in Wakefield, Mass. Apr. 30, 1916. 

Walter Webster Campbell. Address 14 High St., Rockport, Mass. 

Otis Chickering (res. stu.) died in Andover, Oct. 23, 1909. 

Arthur John Covell p. Rollstone Cong. ch. Fitchburg, 1908-13; Sec. 
Cong. Bd. Pastoral Supply from 1913. 

Address 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

John Fergus Crosby. Address Arcade, N. Y. 

Frederick Davis Greene (adv. class) agt. N. Y. Assoc, for Improving 
Cond'n of Poor 1906-10; gen. sec. United Hospital Fund of N. Y. 
City from 1910. Address 125 Bellevue Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Clarence Cady Lyon p. Hadlyme, Conn. 1908-14; Staffordville 1914-18; 
Peru, Vt. 1918-23; died in Penacook, N. H. Sept. 12, 1923. 

Frederic Wilbur Manning p. Nantucket 1902-11; Swampscott 1912-16; 
Manchester from 1917. Address Boylston, Mass. 

Manasseh Garabed Papazian (adv. class) p. Armenian Evang'l ch. N. Y. 
City 1908-14; Pilgrim Armenian Cong. ch. Fresno, Cal. from 1914. 

Address 1323 M St., Fresno, Cal. 

William Brown Pinkerton p. Eugene, Ore. 1907-11; Grant's Pass 1911— 
12; miss'y A. M. A. Rosebud Indian Mission, S. D. 1912- 

Address 464 West 7th St., Claremont, Cal. 

Langdon Quimby p. Gardiner, Me. from 1892. Address Augusta, Me. 

Glen Albert Taylor (adv. class). Address R. F. D. No. 7, Grinnell, Iowa. 

John Foster Tucker. Address 717 W. 49th PL, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Walter Shepard Ufford gen. sec. Asso. Charities and sec. Tuberculosis 
Asso. of Distr. of Columbia. 

Address 1022 11th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Stephen Vaitses (res. stu.) 

Address 13 Laurel St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

James Scollay Williamson (adv. class) p. North ch. Haverhill 1899- 
1910; Plymouth ch. Lansing, Mich. 1910-15; w. c. 1915-17; asso. 
p. Plymouth ch. New Haven, Conn. 1919-21; p. Kings Highway ch. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. from 1923. S. T. D. Bowdoin 1910; D. D. Olivet 
1911. Address Ave. P. & E. 18th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1891 

Timothy Currier Craig chap. State Prison, Wethersfield, Conn. 1903-13; 
p. Warren, Mass. 1914-16; Wenham 1917-21. 

Address 90 Jordan Lane, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Allen Eastman Cross asst. p. and later assoc. p. Old South ch. Boston 
1901-11; p. Milford 1914-25. 

Address 1552 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 

52 



ALUMNI 1891 

Daniel Evans (adv. class) Abbot prof, of Christian Theol. in Andover 
Theol. Sem. from 1909; Andover prof, of Syst. Theol. Harv. Univ. 
1910-22; prof. Chr. Theol. Harv. Univ. on Andover foundation 1922- 
26; visiting prof. Div. Sch. of Chic. Univ. 1926-27. 

Address 42 Hillside Terrace, Belmont, Mass. 

Harris Grafton Hale p. Leyden ch. Brookline 1896-1923 and emer.; 
Marblehead from 1925; author Who Then is This? trustee Andover 
Theol. Sem. on nomination by the Alumni 1916-22; D. D. Dart- 
mouth 1911. Address Marblehead, Mass. 

Newton Marshall Hall p. North ch. Springfield 1899-20 and emer.; 
author Civic Righteousness and Civic Pride 1915; Stories of the 
Commonwealth of Israel 1921, etc; died in Boston, Jan. 21, 1926. 

Edward Payson Holton (adv. class) Miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 

Address Dindigul, Madura District, India. 

Frederic Perley Johnson. Address 1232 A St., Hay ward, Cal. 

Edwin Judson Klock (non-grad.) p. Bucksport, Me. 1908-10; Bristol, 
Vt. 1912; Trumbull, Conn. 1915-17. Address Wallingford, Vt. 

Robert Treadwell Osgood. 

Address 353 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Anthony Charles Pinckney p. Columbia, S. C. 1908-10; Tempting, 
Haw Branch and Carter's Mills 1910-24; prin. Carthage (N. C.) 
Graded Sch. 1919- Address Carthage, N. C. 

William Rader p. (Presb.) Calvary ch. San Francisco, Cal. 1908-13; 
lecturing; p. North Berkeley 1924; Richmond ch. San Francisco 
1925-. Address 1828 Leavenworth St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Frank Ellsworth Ramsdell p. North ch. New Bedford 1903-. 

Address 194 Summer St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Albion Herbert Ross r. St. Andrews ch. Ashland, Wis. 1905-12; St. 
Paul's ch. Marion, Ohio 1912-17; curate Calvary, Cincinnati 1917-19; 
r. St. Peter's, Gallipolis, and Grace ch. Pomeroy 1919-22; Hollidays- 
burg, Pa. from 1923. Address Hollidaysburg, Pa. 

Gilbert Augustus Shaw (res. stu.) r. Grace parish, Riverhead, L. I., 
N. Y. 1910-12; St. Peter's parish, Hazleton, Pa. 1912-16; Grace 
parish, Buffalo, N. Y. 1916-19; St. John's parish, Medina 1919-26; 
Trinity ch. Canaseraga, N. Y. 1926-. Address Canaseraga, N. Y. 

Herman Thomas Shepard. Address West Epping, N. H. 

Charles Nelson Sinnett (res. lie.) p. Carthage, S.D. 1909-10; Fayette, 
Iowa 1911-13; Washta 1914; Fontanelle and Pleasant Grove 1915- 
17; People's ch. Brainerd, Minn. 1918-19; Fertile and Ulen, 1923-26; 
Carthage, S.D. 1926-. Address Carthage, S. D. 



53 



1892 ALUMNI 

1892 

Joseph Marion Adams (adv. class). Address Bolton, Mass. 

William Baker Allis p. Wantagh, L. I., N. Y. 1917-22. 

Address 15 W. 88th St., New York, N. Y. 

Emil Benjamin Bary no later address discovered. 

Edward Bickford Blanchard p. Sherborn 1906-09; sup. Oakham 1921- 
22. Address Barre, Mass. 

George Michael Bocles (non-grad.) no later information. 

Emery Lucius Bradford p. East Weymouth 1902-10; supt. Clapp 
Memorial (boys' work) 1910-13; p. Boxford 1913-24 with Ipswich, 
Linebrook, 1919-24. Address Boxford, Mass. 

Edward Ernest Bradley (adv. class) p. Lincoln 1893-1920; prof. Hamp- 
ton (Va.) Inst, from 1920. Address Hampton, Va. 

Sidney Augustus Burnaby (adv. class) died in Spencer, Oct. 26, 1919. 

Robert Charles Denison p. Janesville, Wis. 1897-1908; United, New 
Haven, Conn. 1909-19; Am. Red Cross Serbia and Albania 1918-19; 
prof. dept. Philos. Pomona Coll. 1920-. Address Claremont, Cal. 

Edward Delevan Disbrow p. Lysander, N. Y. 1907-10; Pilgrim ch. 
Syracuse 1911-14; West Boxford, Mass. 1916-22; Westford 1923-. 

Address Westford, Mass. 

Edward Fairbank Miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Address Vadala, India. 

James Church Gregory gen. miss'y, Me. Miss'y Soc. 1907-10; p. Presque 
Isle, Me. 1910-21. 

Address 18 Wolcott St., Woodfords, Portland, Me. 

Charles Francis Hersey. Address Harvard, Mass. 

Charles Sumner Holton p. First ch. Newbury 1897-. 

Address Newburyport, Mass. 

William Sherman Hunt (adv. class) p. Pocatello, Ida. 1907-09; died in 
Inkom, Ida. Sept. 2, 1926. 

Walter Perkins Hutchinson died in Abington, May 14, 1925. 

Israel Jordan p. Second ch. Falmouth, Me. 1892-. 

Address Woodfords, Me. 

Edward Lester Marsh (adv. class) p. Plymouth ch. Providence, R. I. 
1907-21; Sandwich, Mass. from 1922. Address Sandwich, Mass. 

Frank Wilbur Merrick (adv. class) p. Faith ch. Springfield 1908-14; 
Maple St. ch. Danvers 1914-19; Rochester, N. H. 1922. 

Address 12 Glenville Ave., Allston, Mass. 

Gainer Pierce Moore. Address Draper, Wis. 

Tomoyoshi Murai pres. First Foreign Language School of Tokyo. 

Address Kinsuke-cho, Hongo-ku, Tokyo, Japan. 

54 



ALUMNI 1892 

Jinzo Naruse (res. stu.) died Feb. 4, 1919. 

Charles Adolphus Nelson (non-grad.) miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 1892-1922; 
teacher and pres. Canton Union Theol. Coll. 1914-18; princ. Mei Wah 
School, Canton, under adm. of the Am. -Chinese Educ. Commission. 

Address Canton, China. 

Daniel Edward Owen (non-grad.) asst. prof, and prof. English in Univ. 
of Pa. 1915-. Address 322 S. 43d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carl Safford Patton p. Ann Arbor, Mich. 1901-11; First ch. Columbus, 
Ohio 1911-17; Los Angeles, Cal. 1917-26; World War service with 
Y.M.C.A. in France; prof, in Chicago Theol. Sem. from 1926. Author 
Sources of the Synoptic Gospels 1913; Religion in the Thought of 
Today 1924; D.D. Oberlin 1908. 

Address 5757 University Ave., Chicago, 111. 

William Watson Ranney p. Park ch. Hartford, Conn. 1896-1909; First 
ch. Colorado Springs, Col. 1909-16; Church of Christ, Dartmouth 
Coll. Hanover, N. H. 1917-20; died there Feb. 3, 1920. 

Oliver Dana Sewall asst. p. Harvard ch. Brookline 1897-1909; p. 
Great Barrington 1909-18; Dedham 1918-19; treas. Mass. Home 
Miss. Soc. from 1920; trustee A. T. S. on nomination by the Alumni 
1922-. Address 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Edwin Ray Smith sec. N. H. Home Miss'y Soc. from 1907; died in 
Brookline, Mass. Jan. 18, 1915. 

Edward Roland Stearns p. Lancaster, N. H. 1902-12; field sec. for 
ministerial relief 1912-15; sec. N. H. Home Miss'y Soc. and N. H. 
Cong. Conf. from 1915. Address 53 No. Main St., Concord, N. H. 

William Henry Walker p. South Haven, Mich. 1903-12; in business 
1912-13; prof. Bib. Lit. Talladega Theol. Sem. 1914-15; asst.prof. 
German, Beloit Coll. 1915-16; prof. Philosophy and Psychology, 
Fargo Coll. 1918-22; prof. Northland Coll. 1922-24; prof. Berea Coll. 
(Ky.) from 1924. S.T.B. out of course, Andover 1920. 

Address Berea, Ky. 

Carey Herbert Watson (non-grad.) p. First ch. Greenfield 1890-1913; 
Phillipston 1913-18; w. c. Alstead, N. H. 1918-26. 

Address 346 Silver St., Greenfield, Mass. 

Henry Harding Wentworth p. First ch. Terre Haute, Ind. 1903-09; 
Orford and Orfordville, N. H. 1909-16; Union ch. La Jolla, Cal. 1918- 
20. Address Chula Vista, Cal. 

Mark William Williams p. Winfred, S. D. 1907-09; Orchard, Iowa 
1909-11; Sauk Rapids, Minn. 1911-12; Wilmot (Presb.) S. D. 1912- 
15; McVille, N. D. 1915-16; Poleth 1916-19; Morristown, S. D. 
1919-24; (Cong.) Trail City 1924-25; Turton 1925-26; Hay Springs, 
Neb. 1926-. Address Hay Springs, Neb. 

David Lewis Yale p. Enfield, Conn. 1908-13; Chicopee, Mass. 1913-16; 
Tabor, la. 1917-18; Newport, N. H. 1918-22; Houlton, Me. from 
1923. Address Houlton, Me. 

55 



1893 ALUMNI 

1893 
Theodore Protas Berle. Address 126 Ash St., Reading, Mass. 

Carleton Fairchild Brown assoc. prof. English, Bryn Mawr 1907-10, 
and prof. 1910-17; prof. English Univ. of Minn. 1917-21; prof. Eng. 
Lit. Bryn Mawr Coll. from 1921; author Middle English Religious 
and Didactic Verse 1916, 1920; Religious Lyrics of Fourteenth Cen- 
tury 1924. Address 227 Roberts Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Frederick Edwards (non-grad). r. St. James ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 
1905-12; Grace ch. New York City 1912-15; dean St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, Detroit, Mich. 1915-20; pres. Am. Soc. for Psychical Research 
from 1923. 

Address Arcady R. F. D. 1, St. George, New Brunswick, Can. 

Edwin Milton Fairchild chairman Nat'l Institution for Moral Instruc- 
tion. Address Chevy Chase, Washington, D. C. 

David Kilburn (non-grad.) 

James Henry McLaren (res. stu.) p. First ch. Riverside, Cal. 1907-09; 
Central Park ch. Chicago, 111. 1909-11. Address Pasadena, Cal. 

Robert Manning Marshall p. Maysville, Ga. 1908-09; Knoxville, Tenn. 
1910; evang. work Ky. 1911-15; preaching and in business from 1915. 

Address Route 4, Sevierville, Tenn. 

Yashiki Mashino (non-grad.) Address Tokyo, Japan, not verified. 

Frederick Harlan Page p. Waltham 1906-24; pres. Mass. Home Miss. 
Soc. from 1925; trustee A. T. S. 1909-15 and 1919-26 on nomination 
by the Alumni, and 1926-; clerk of Board from 1919. 

Address 25 Greenwood Lane, Waltham, Mass. 

Henry Nelson Pringle asst. supt. of Internat'l Reform Bureau, Wash- 
ington 1911-23; editor Twentieth Century Quarterly, Washington. 
Address 206 Penn. Ave. S. E., Washington, D. C. 

Charles Frederick Robinson p. Milford, N. H. 1906-11; Derry Village 
1911-13; Waterville, Me. 1913-19; chaplain and inst. in Eng. Boston 
Univ. from 1923. Address 29 Hill Top Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

James Hardy Ropes Bussey prof. New Test. Criticism and Interpreta- 
tion, Harv. Univ. 1903-10; Hollis prof. Divinity from 1910; Dexter 
lect. Sacred Lit. from 1903; trustee Phillips Acad, from 1899; of 
Andover T. S. 1907; dean in charge Univ. Extension Harvard 1910- 
22; dean of special students 1916-22; author Commentary on James 
1915; The Text of Acts 1925. 

Address 13 Follen St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Edward Glenfaun Spencer (non-grad.) p. Woodland, Cal. 1907-11; 
. Everett, Wash. 1911-13; Seattle 1913-14; Eliot ch. So. Natick, Mass. 
1915-18; died May 8, 1923. 

William Foster Stearns (adv. class) p. Norfolk, Conn. 1897-1916; died 
there Feb. 4, 1923. 

56 



ALUMNI 1893-1894 

Charles Julian Tuthill p. Mattapoisett 1905-18; Atkinson, N. H. from 
1918; pres. trustees, Atkinson Acad. Address Atkinson, N. H. 

Edwin Augustus Waldo (res. stu.) p. W. Palm Beach, Fla. 1906-16; p. 
Oneonta ch. South Pasadena, Cal. 1916-24; Shafter from 1924. 

Address Shafter, Cal. 

Joseph Wheelwright (res. stu.) w. c. Byfield, Mass. and Vienna, Me. 1913- 
17; p. Webster, N. H. 1917-20; Temple from 1922. 

Address Temple, N. H. 

Fred Emery Winn p. Ware 1907-09; p. and in business, Redlands, Cal. 
from 1909. Address Redlands, Cal. 

1894 

Ernest Lester Baker A.B. Bates 1917 as of 1892; p. No. Weare, N. H. 
1902-16; Franklin, Vt. 1916-19, incl. Sheldon 1916-17; Densmore 
Mem'l ch. No. Anson, Me. 1919-22; Amesbury, Mass. from 1923. 

Address 380 Main St., Amesbury, Mass. 

Samuel Colcord Bartlett miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Japan 1887-1912, and from 
1921; a.p. Colrain, Mass. 1914-15; p. Peace Dale, R. I. 1915-20. 

Address Teramachi Dori Hirokoji, Agaru, Kyoto, Japan. 

Louis Fletcher Berry p. First ch. Stamford, Conn, from 1903; died in 
New York City, Oct. 5, 1916. 

Alexander Phoenix Bourne asst. p. Shepard ch. Cambridge 1904-10; 
p. Rochester, North, 1913-15. Address Marion, Mass. 

Charles Albert Breck A. M. Harv. 1909, supt. schools Methuen, 1904- 
10; Tilton, N. H. 1910-15; Rochester, 1915-19; Bristol 1919-22; 
teacher Hampton Inst. 1922-. 

Address Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. 

Edward Chapin Camp p. Watertown 1906-. 

Address 215 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown, Mass. 

Charles Clark p. Millers Falls 1904-12; Pilgrim ch. No. Weymouth 
1912-18; in Y. M. C. A. service, France 1918-19; sec. Mass. S. P. C. C. 

Address 222 Cabot St., Beverly, Mass. 

John Hopkins Denison (non-grad.) p. Central ch. Boston 1903-10; 
Y.M.C.A. France 1917; author Beside the Bowery 1914 . 

Address Las Tunas, Santa Barbara, Cal . 

Harlan Paul Douglass supt. of Educ. A. M. A. 1906-10; corres. sec. 
A.M. A. 1911-18; Y. M. C. A. and Army Educ. Corps, France 
1918-19; research dir. Inst, of Social and Religious Research 1920-; 
author The New Home Missions 1914; The Springfield Church Sur- 
vey 1926; 1,000 City Churches 1926. 

Address 129 Cooper Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Burton Smith Gilman p. Gardner from 1897; died in Westminster, 
Oct. 20, 1920. 

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1894 ALUMNI 

Owen Eaton Hardy p. East Burke, Vt. 1905-09; New Salem, Mass. 
1909-11; Shelburne 1915-19; Milton, N. H. 1919-20; Alstead-Lang- 
don parish (four churches) 1920-24; died in Walpole, N. H. Feb. 14, 
1924. 

Vernon Charles Harrington instructor Eng. Lit. Oberlin 1908-10; p. 
Linndale ch. (Presb.) Cleveland, O. 1910-12; asst. prof. Eng. and 
Public Speaking Middlebury 1913-16; prof. Eng. 1916-17; prof. 
Philosophy from 1917; author Browning Studies 1915. 

Address Middlebury, Vt. 

Albert Virgil House p. Lake View ch. Worcester 1903-11; Union ch. So. 
Weymouth 1911-14; First ch. Danvers from 1914. 

Address Danvers, Mass. 

Frank Leonard Luce p. Romsey ch. Dorchester 1902-13; Christ ch. 
(Epis.) Hamilton and Wenham 1915-21; minister in charge, Church of 
Our Saviour, East Milton. 

Address 202 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

Alexander Peter McDonald died in North East Harbor, Me. Dec. 4, 
1922. 

Angus Martin McDonald p. Bar Harbor, Me. 1903-21 (with Otter 
Creek 1905-21) died in Bar Harbor, Apr. 1, 1926. 

Daniel Mclntyre p. Townshend, Vt. 1906-11; Westminster West 1911- 
14; Barnstead, N. H. 1914-16; Ossipee 1916-19; Lincoln, Me. 1920- 
21; Boscawen, N. H. from 1923. Address Boscawen, N. H. 

Charles Ethelbert McKinley p. Union ch. Rockville, Conn. 1896-1911; 
Central ch. Galesburg, 111. 1911-26; trustee Knox Coll. and lecturer 
(1922-26) on Bib. lit.; D.D. Grinnell 1912 and Knox 1921. 

Address 27 Summit Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

Percival Freeman Marston p. New England ch. Chicago, 111. 1908-11; 
Grinnell, la. 1911-14; died in Concord, N. H. Feb. 19, 1916. 

Jesse Gilman Nichols p. South Hadley 1906-. 

Address 33 College St., So. Hadley, Mass. 

Henry Herbert Noyes p. Island Falls, Me. 1894-98 and 1904-14; Union 
ch. Fisherville, Grafton, Mass. from 1914. 

Address Saundersville, Mass. 

Henry Ernest Oxnard p. North ch. Newton 1900-10; First ch. New 
Bedford 1911-16; Rehoboth 1916-26 (yoked with Westville ch. 
Taunton 1917-21); Pilgrim ch. Southboro, 1927. 

Address Southboro, Mass. 

Hapet Menazar Phillips. 

Address 340 Putnam Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Joseph Woodbury Strout (res. lie.) p. Rehoboth 1909-14; Little Comp- 
ton, R. I. 1916-20; Thomaston, Me. from 1924. 

Address Thomaston, Me. 

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ALUMNI 1894-1895 

Arthur Nelson Taft (non-grad.) r. St. Stephen's ch. Colorado Springs, 
Col. from 1900 (united with Grace ch. 1925). 

Address 10 Pelham PL, Colorado Springs, Col. 

Edward Seymour Thomas (non-grad.) r. St. Mark's ch. Fall River 
1903-11; occasional preaching 1911-15; in business 1917-20. 

Address 377 Grove St., Fall River, Mass. 

Clifford Gray Twombly (non-grad.) r. St. James ch. Lancaster, Pa. 
1907-; D.D. Franklin and Marshall CoU. 1916. 

Address Lancaster, Pa. 

John Jairus Walker p. Westboro 1901-11; treas. Mass. Home Miss'y 
Soc. 1911-18; from 1918 assoc. sec, sec. and supt; treas. Nat'l. 
Council 1915-19; Home Miss. Sec. of Mass. Cong. Conf. from 1923; 
supt. Mass. H. M. Soc. 1924-. Address 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Frederic Welham (non-grad.) r. St. Paul's ch. Aurora, N. Y. 1907-12; 
Braddock, Pa. 1914-16; Indiana 1917-18; Connellsville 1920-22. 

Address Indiana, Pa. 

Frank Lewis Whipple. Address 61 Maple St., Lynn, Mass. 

Herbert DeWitt Williams (non-grad.) junior pastor Second ch. Water- 
bury, Conn, from 1904; died in Waterbury, Jan. 18, 1910. 



1895 

George Irving Adams teacher Dr. Holbrook Sch. Ossining, N. Y. 1906- 
09; head Eng. Dept. Harrisburg (Pa.) Acad. 1909-13; substitute 
teacher Allegheny Coll. Meadville, Pa. 1916-17; farmer. 

Address Diamond Hill Farm, Boylston, Mass. 

Ernest Clark Bartlett p. (Presb.) Bethany ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1903- 
09; (Cong.) Dracut, Mass. 1909-18; Orange City, Fla. 1919. 

Address Chelmsford, Mass. 

Elmer Thomas Blake p. Charlestown, N. H. 1895-1912; Meredith 
1913-16; Pembroke 1917-23; Cotuit, Mass. 1924-26; field miss'y 
Mass. Home Miss'y Society. 

Address 214 Savin Hill, Dorchester, Mass. 

George Colton Bliss. Address not known. 

John Charles Campbell died in New York City, May 2, 1919. 

Arthur Robert Davies (non-grad.) p. Trinity ch. (Meth.) Bridgeport, 
Conn. 1905-09; various charges in New York East Conference to 
1923 when he withdrew; address unknown. 

Abbott Pearlton Davis p. (Free Bapt.) Enosburg Falls, Vt. 1905-09; 
Franklin, N. H. 1909-15; Lakeport 1915-19; Belleville, N. J. 1919-. 

Address Belleville, N. J. 

Frederick August Donaldson (non-grad.) physician. 

Address Wickford, R. I. 

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1895 ALUMNI 

Harry Nelson Gay (non-grad.) engaged in historical and literary work in 
Rome from 1898. Address Palazzo Orsini, Rome, Italy. 

Frederick Lewis Grant (non-grad.) p. Plainville, Conn. 1906-16; East 
Hampton 1916-20; Warren, Mass. 1921-26; Sunderland from 1926. 

Address Sunderland, Mass. 

Israel Arthur Herrick (non-grad.) lawyer, publisher. 

Address 727 First St. E., Duluth, Minn. 

George Wilson Crockett Hill p. North ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1907-13; 
South ch. New Britain, Conn., from 1913; D.D. Middlebury 1908. 
Address 16 Washington St., New Britain, Conn. 

Tomonobu Hirotsu (grad. stu.) 

Address Dairoku Koto Gakko, Okayama, Japan. 

Sen Joseph Katayama (non-grad.) Address Sheepshead, N. Y. 

Carl Kelsey fellow, instructor and prof, of Sociology, Univ. of Pa. from 
1901; asst. director N. Y. Sch. of Philanthropy 1905-13; author The 
Physical Basis of Society 1916. Address Mendenhall, Pa. 

Harry Woods Kimball p. So. Weymouth 1903-09; in business 1909-21; 
p. Needham from 1922. Address Needham, Mass. 

John Beavens Lewis p. Huntington 1908-14; Pepperell 1914-19; East 
Longmeadow 1919-24. Address 42 Parkwood St., Springfield, Mass. 

William Joseph Long author History of English Literature 1909; 
American Literature 1913; How Animals Talk 1919; America — a 
History of our Country 1923. Address Stamford, Conn. 

Morrison Ellsworth Meriam. Address Chico, Cal. 

George Sherman Mills p. Second ch. Bennington, Vt. 1904-23; act. p. 
WeUington Ave. Chicago, 111. 1925; D.D. Dartmouth 1925. 

Address 615 Wellington Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Charles Albert Moore (non-grad.) p. All Souls ch. (Cong.) Bangor, 
Me. from 1905; D.D. Bowdoin 1909. 

Address 8 Broadway, Bangor, Me. 

Andrew Henry Mulnix p. Faneuil ch. Brighton 1903-. 

Address 327 Faneuil St., Brighton, Mass. 

Samuel Atkinson Noon (non-grad.) B.D. Drew Theol. Sem. 1917; 
attorney from 1900; p. (Meth.) Herrickville, Pa. 1917-19; (Presb.) 
Mariaville, N. Y. 1920-23; La Grangeville from 1924. 

Address La Grangeville, N. Y. 

Winfield Scott Randall w.c. Portland, Me. 1909-17; p. North Deering 
Community ch. 1917-21; Westminster, Mass. from 1922. 

Address Westminster, Mass. 

Charles Selwyn Rich died in Claremont, Cal. March 11, 1913. 

Winfred Smith Ross (non-grad.) teacher Methuen High Sch. 1918-21. 

Address The Ross Bookmakers, Norwell, Mass. 

60 



ALUMNI 1895-1896 

Ettas George Sarkeys (or Ettas Joseph Sarkis) prof, ethics, Eng. and 
Bib. Lit. Dufferin Coll. Shewifat, Mt. Lebanon, Syria from 1911; 
A.B. Pierre Bus. Univ. 1898; Ph.D. Central Univ. 1905. 

Address Shewifat, Mt. Lebanon, Syria. 

Arthur L Weatherly (non-grad.) p. All Souls ch. Lincoln, Neb. 1908-19; 
First (Unit.) ch. Dayton, Ohio 1919-21; Roslindale, Mass. 1921-22; 
Iowa City, Iowa from 1922; D.D. Grinnell 1916. 

Address 10 So. Gilbert St., Iowa City, Iowa. 

Henry Wilson Webb p. Warren, Me. 1907-13; Bucksport 1912-19; Col- 
chester, Conn. 1919-20; Wiscasset, Me. from 1920. 

Address Wiscasset, Me. 

1896 

Ernest Hamlin Abbott author of What They Did With Themselves 
(1909). Address Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

James McDougall Blue p. First ch. Charlestown 1907-12; Seaman's ch. 
Boston 1912-16; First ch. North Conway, N. H. 1917-22; North 
Woburn, Mass. from 1923. Address North Woburn, Mass. 

Arthur Sumner Burrill p. Rindge, N. H. 1908-11; Georgetown, Mass. 
1911-16; North Hampton, N. H. 1917; field sec. Pilgrim Memorial 
Fund 1919-25; field sec. First Cong. ch. Washington 1925-26. 

Address 8 Solon St., Wellesley, Mass. 

Andrew Campbell in business Cambridge 1907-09; p. Groveland 1909- 
15; Orange 1915-24; in Y.M.C.A. work in France 1918-19; p. 
Peterboro, N. H. 1924-25; died there May 25, 1925. 

John Cornin p. New London, Wis. 1908-11; (Presb.) Three Rivers, 
Mich. 1913-17; supt. of Home Missions (Presb.) Synod of Mich, 
from 1918. Address Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Henry Field Ellinwood (non-grad.) died in Hamlet, N. C. Sept. 27, 
1914. 

Joseph Louis Ferguson (non-grad.) Address Danvers, Mass. 

Joseph Augustus Goodrich p. Jefferson, Ohio 1908-20 incl. Eagleville 
1913-15; Groton, N. Y. from 1921. Address Groton, N. Y. 

Sidney Lewis Guttck furlough in U. S. from Japan miss'y work 1913-20; 
sec. Com. on Relations with the Orient, of the Federal Council of 
Churches of Christ in America; D.D. Yale and Oberlin 1914. 

Address 105 E. 22d St., New York, N. Y. 

Rollin Lynde Hartt on staff Boston Transcript 1900-17 ; Chicago Tribune 
1917-18; Lit. Digest 1919; author Confessions of a Clergyman 1915; 
The Man Himself 1923. Address New York, N. Y. 

Charles Henry Howard (non-grad.) Address South Paris, Me. 

Robert Andrew MacFadden p. Maple St. ch. Danvers 1902-09; died 
there Mar. 29, 1909. 

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1896-1897 ALUMNI 

John Parker Manwell p. Whately 1907-16; Austinburg and Eagleville, 
Ohio 1916-20; Williamsburg, Mass. from 1921. 

Address Williamsburg, Mass. 

Henry Gerrard Megathlin p. Park and Downs ch. Quincy 1900-09; 
First ch. Walpole, N. H. 1909-1924; Peterboro from 1925. 

Address Peterboro, N. H. 

William Cross Merrill (res. lie.) p. Santa Barbara, Cal. 1902-14; 
retired. Address 126 W. 9th St., Claremont, Cal. 

Julian Hanford Olmstead p. Clarion, la. 1906-11; Homer, N. Y. 1911- 
21; Rapid City, S. D. 1923-26; Perris, Cal. 1926-. 

Address Cor. 6th and E. Sts., Perris, Cal. 

Arthur Truslow Address 41 Waldron Ave., Summit, N. J. 

Henry Hammersley Walker (S.T.B. out of course 1926) p. First ch. 
Boulder, Col. 1898-1910; prof. Ch. History, Chicago Theol. Sem. 
from 1910. Address 5800 Blackstone Ave., Chicago, 111. 

George Morgan Ward pres. Wells Coll. N. Y. 1904-12; Rollins Coll. 
1895-1903 and 1916-; p. Poinciana Chapel, Fla. from 1900; LL.D. 
Florida Univ. 1919. Address Billerica Centre, Mass. 

1897 

George Henry Baker bank cashier, Lowry, S. D. from 1907. 

Address 513 No. Broadway, Watertown, S. D. 

George Sprague Ball in business. 

Address 1876 E. 70th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

William Tenney Bartley p. Bethlehem, N. H. 1907-11; Hadley, Mass. 
1911-13; Middlefield 1913-17; Canaan, N. Y. Cong, and Canaan 
Centre Presb. ch. from 1917. Address Canaan, N. Y. 

Alfred Veazie Bliss p. Plymouth ch. Utica, N. Y. 1903-08; Winslow ch. 
Taunton, Mass. 1911-20; District Sec. A.MA. from 1921. 

Address 95 Exchange St., Portland, Me. 

Frank Edward Drake r. St. Mark's (Epis.) ch. Fort Dodge, Iowa 1907- 
24; Christ ch. Albert Lea, Minn, from 1925. 

Address Albert Lea, Minn. 

Edgar Benjamin French p. Wendell Ave. ch. Brockton, 1903-14; died in 
Taunton, April 12, 1918. 

Byron Freeto Gustin p. North ch. Amherst 1908-22; Whately from 
1924. Address North Amherst, Mass. 

Frank Wilbert Hodgdon (S.T.B. out of course 1926) p. Plymouth ch. 
Des Moines, la. 1903-11; First ch. Winchester, Mass. 1911-15; rep. 
Annuity Fund for Cong, ministers and Cong. Bd. of Ministerial 
Relief from 1915; rep. Pilgrim Mem'l Fund from 1918; prof. Pacific 
sch. of rel. from 1925; D.D. Dartmouth 1925. 

Address Berkeley, Cal. 

62 



ALUMNI 1897-1898 

William Trumbull Holmes p. First ch. Watertown, Conn. 1901-13; 
pres. Tougaloo Coll. Tougaloo, Miss, and p. Union ch. from 1913. 

Address Tougaloo, Miss. 

Albert Worcester Howes p. Fitzwilliam, N. H. from 1897. 

Address Fitzwilliam, N. H. 

Craven Lay cock (spec, stu.) instructor and prof. Dartmouth 1896-1912; 
asst. dean and dean from 1911. Address Hanover, N. H. 

Albert Jones Lord p. First ch. Meriden, Conn, from 1902; Y.M.C.A. 
worker in France and Germany 1919; D.D. Bowdoin 1919. 

Address 204 Colony St., Meriden, Conn. 

Halah Harden Loud p. Lynnfield Centre 1907-12; Hampstead, N. H. 
1913-16; Wilmington, Mass. 1917-20; Hopkinton from 1920. 

Address Hopkinton, Mass. 

Bernard Gause Mattson p. First ch. Mansfield, Ohio, 1906-15; First 
ch. Owosso, Mich. 1915-20; director Cong. City Extension work, 
Detroit 1920-22; p. Manistee 1922-25; Charlevoix and Ironton from 
1925; D.D. Yankton Coll. 1913. Address Charlevoix, Mich. 

George Anthony Merrill p. Foxcroft, Me. 1905-14; Taunton, Mass. 
1914-21; Littleton, N. H. from 1922. Address Littleton, N. H. 

William Ulmer Parks p. Belmond, Iowa 1904-08; Allison 1909-14; Britt 
1914-16; Aurelia 1917-20; Roy, Wash. 1922; director of state agency 
for adult blind. Address Janesville, Wis. 

Elijah Henry Roper died in 1915. 

Frank Nehemiah Saltmarsh p. Gilmanton Iron Works, N.H. 1906-14; 
retired 1914. Address Derry Village, N. H. 

Alfred Dewey Keegan Shurtleff (spec, stu.) min. Wayland 1912-13; 
Bridgewater 1913-15; Marblehead 1916-19; Carlisle, 1922-. 

Address Framingham Center, Mass. 

Alexander Sloan p. Enfield 1907-12; York Beach, Me. 1912-19; First 
ch. Abington, Mass. 1921; South Berwick, Me. from 1922. 

Address South Berwick, Me. 

1898 

Archie Guy Axtell (non-grad.) p. Alden, Iowa 1908-10; prin. Blanche 
Kellogg Inst. (A.M.A.), Santurce, Porto Rico 1910-16; prin. Rio 
Grande Industrial School (A.M.A.), Albuquerque, N. M. 1918-19; 
t. St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad. 1920-22; p. Essex Junction, Vt. 1923-26; 
prof, philosophy and Bible Piedmont Coll. from 1926. 

Address Demorest, Ga. 

Pemberton Hale Cressey p. Groton 1903-16; Beverly 1916-20; died 
there Feb. 16, 1920. 

Albert Waldo Crockett (non-grad.) reported deceased. 

63 



1898-1899 ALUMNI 

Frank Warren Dean p. Park ch. San Francisco, Cal. 1908-09; chap, and 
supt. Old People's Home, San Francisco 1909-12 and from 1918; p. 
Sebastopol 1912-15; Olivet ch. Oakland 1915-16; supt. C.S.S. and 
P.S. No. Cal. 1917; died in Sebastopol, Sept. 17, 1925. 

George Richardson Dickinson (res. lie.) p. Zanesville, Ohio from 1898; 
died there Apr. 5, 1922. 

Robert Wayland Dunbar p. West ch. Haverhill 1904-09; Second ch. 
Millbury 1909-18; Federated ch. Greenville and Mason, N. H. from 
1918; editor Andover Necrology, and author of Hist'y of Millbury 
(1915); died in Greenville, Feb. 14, 1923. 

Simon Francis Goodheart p. Whiting, Vt. 1904-10; Bethel 1910-11; St. 
Johnsbury Center 1911-14; Putney 1914-15; Milton, N.H. 1915-18; 
Shirley, Mass. 1918-22; Harvard from 1923. 

Address Harvard, Mass. 

Leslie Campbell Greeley p. Whitefield ch. Newburyport 1905-09; 
Marblehead 1910-24; Pilgrim ch. New Bedford from 1925. 

Address New Bedford, Mass. 

Ernest Croker Partridge miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 

Address Care of the American Press, Beirut, Syria. 

Arthur Howe Pingree (spec, stu.) p. Norwood from 1902; died in Annis- 
quam, July 19, 1915. 

Eugene Louis Raiche (non-grad.) instructor in French Harv. from 1911. 

Address 39 Linnaean St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Benjamin Eastwood Ray p. West De Pere, Wis. 1908-13; Baraboo from 
1913; died there Jan. 8, 1916. 

Walter Huntington Rollins p. Waterloo, la. 1906-14; pres. Fairmount 
Coll. Wichita, Kan. 1914-22; supt. N. Y. Cong. Conf. from 1922; 
D.D. GrinneU 1911. Address 287 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City. 

Albert Walter Tolman (non-grad.) in literary work. 

Address 471 Cumberland Ave., Portland, Me. 



1899 

George Arthur Andrews p. Monson 1907-16; Plymouth ch. Los Angeles, 
Cal. 1916-19; Y.M.C.A. work in France 1918-19; p. First ch. Tucson, 
Ariz, from 1920; author What is Essential? 1910; Efficient Religion 
1912; D.D. Colby 1914. 

Address 824 North 2nd St., Tucson, Ariz. 

Giles Gorton Brown prin. Jaffna Coll. Ceylon 1908-15; on furlough 
1915-17; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Chunnakam from 1918; died in Uduvil, 
Chunnakam, Mar. 12, 1920. 

Robert Hugh Cochrane p. Weymouth 1901-13; Marion 1913-17; died in 
Nantucket, Oct. 22, 1918. 

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ALUMNI 1899-1900 

Milton Newberry Frantz (res. lie.) p. Lisbon, N. Y. 1908-09; Educ. 
dept. Funk and Wagnalls Co. 1909-16; literary work. 

Address Collegeville, Pa. 

Howard Gilpatrick district miss'y> Maine Miss. Soc. 1908-15; p. Feder- 
ated ch. Hardwick, Mass. 1915-18; supt. of schools, Newport, Me. 

Address Newport, Me. 

Arthur Elmer Hartwell p. Viroqua, Wis. 1908-13; Ripon 1913; Jamaica, 
Vt. from 1913; died in Springfield, Mass. Sept. 11, 1916. 

Frederick William Leavitt prin. Franklin (Neb.) Acad. 1908-12; p. 
Plymouth ch. Omaha 1912-18; supt. Omaha Cong. Union 1918-19; 
p. Fountain Park ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1919-21; Jennings, La. 1922-24. 

Address 1504 Q St., Lincoln, Neb. 

John Edwards LeBosquet p. Turners Falls 1908-10; First ch. Boulder, 
Col. 1910-17; First ch. Fall River, Mass. from 1920. 

Address 425 Cherry St., Fall River, Mass. 

Jason George Miller p. Ashburnham 1907-14; South ch. Peabody 
1914-18; South Attleboro 1921-22; Harvard ch. Grove Hall, Boston, 
1923-24. Address Wrentham, Mass. 

Emile Joseph Palisoul p. St. Jean ch. (Meth.) Manchester, N. H.; 
Y.M.C.A. and Red Cross in France 1918-24; prof, of French, Inter- 
national Y.M.C.A. Coll. 

Address 175 Wilbraham Rd., Springfield, Mass. 

John Reid p. Franklin 1905-20; Peabody from 1920. 

Address Peabody, Mass. 

Arden Murdock Rockwood p. Southboro and South ville 1908-13; in 
business from 1913. 

Address 1149 E. Washington St., Portland, Ore. 

Markham Winslow Stackpole p. Seminary ch. Andover, school minister 
and teacher, PA. 1907-22; chaplain 102d F. A. 26th Div. U.S.A. in 
France 1917-19; teacher Milton Acad, from 1923; with Prof. J. N. 
Ashton compiled Hymns for Schools and Colleges. 

Address 79 Valley Road, Milton, Mass. 

Wilmot Eddy Stevens p. Constantine, Mich. 1908-21; Perry 1922-23; 
Burton, Ohio from 1924. Address Burton, Ohio 

1900 

David Elmer Burnham. Address Essex, Mass. 

Charles Frederick Fisher (non-grad.) p. Le Mars, Iowa 1907-09; Tabor 
1910-15; Sheridan, Wyo. 1916-18; Cheyenne 1919-20; Kewanee, 111. 
from 1921. Address Kewanee, 111. 

Andrew Chesley Furbush. Address 159 Clinton St., Portland, Me. 

Edward Randolph Ham (non-grad.) 

Address 6356 Ingleside Ave., Chicago, 111. 

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1900 ALUMNI 

Joseph Noyes Haskell prof. Fisk Univ. 1907-18; Y.M.C.A. and educ. 
work in France 1918-19; solicitor for Pilgrim Mem'l Fund; p. Green- 
land, N.H. 1920-22; teacher Fitchburg, Mass. High School 1922-24; 
instructor Boston Univ. from 1924. 

Address 91 Lincoln St., Melrose, Mass. 

John Andrew Holmes p. First ch. Champaign-Urbana, 111. 1908-17; 
First ch. Lincoln, Neb. from 1917 (from 1923 called First Plymouth 
ch.); D.D. Upper Iowa Univ. 1913. 

Address 2465 Sewell St., Lincoln, Neb. 

Frederic Parker p. Sherman Mills, Me. and outlying stations from 1902. 

Address Sherman Mills, Me. 

Clarence Rexford Raymond (non-grad.) p. First ch. Flushing, N. Y. 
1906-10; South ch. Brooklyn 1910-18; dean of religious educ. Berea 
Coll. 1918-22; acting vice-pres. 1919-20; p. Greeley, Col. 1923-27; 
Pilgrim ch. Chattanooga, Tenn. 1927-; D.D. Berea 1914. 

Address 507 Young Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

William Walker Rockwell asst. prof. Ch. Hist. Union Sem. 1905-17; 
assoc. prof. 1917-25; acting libr'n 1908-13; librarian from 1925; sec. 
Amer. Soc. of Ch. Hist. 1912-17. Ph.D. Gottingen 1914. 

Address 3041 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Laird Wingate Snell min. St. James' ch. (Epis.) Birmingham, Mich. 
1907-09; r. St. Luke's, Jamestown, N. Y. 1909-17; locum tenens 
Grace ch. Cortland 1917-18; r. St. Peter's ch. Helena, Mont. 1918- 
26; Vicar St. Andrew's Parish, Ayer and Groton, Mass. 1926-. 

Address St. Andrew's Vicarage, Ayer, Mass. 

George Brown Spalding (non-grad.) p. Stonington, Conn. 1908-12; 
Rocky Hill 1912-13; Key West, Fla. 1914-15; Plymouth ch. Cocoanut 
Grove 1915-19. Address 363 No. East 15th Terrace, Miami, Fla. 

Alfred Ernest Stearns princ. and trustee Phillips Acad. Andover, from 
1903; trustee Andover T. S. 1907-19; author Challenge of Youth, 
1923; Education of the Modern Boy, 1925; Litt. D. Dartmouth 1912; 
L.H.D. Amherst 1915 and Williams 1921. 

Address Andover, Mass. 

Albert Henry Stoneman p. First ch. St. Joseph, Mich. 1908-13; state 
supt. Mich. Children's Home Society from 1913. 

Address 4612 Woodward Ave., Lansing, Mich. 

Eugene Conrad Vining (non-grad.) prin. Howe Sch. Billerica 1901-19; 
supt. of schools from 1915; M.A. Tufts 1906. 

Address Concord Road, Billerica, Mass. 

Albert Priestley Watson p. (Presb.) Bedford, N. H. 1900-09; (Cong.) 
Franklin 1909-14; Union ch. of Weymouth and Brain tree, Mass. 
1914-19; Hatfield from 1919. Address Hatfield, Mass. 



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ALUMNI 1901-1902 

1901 
Henry James Bennett miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Address Tottori, Japan. 

Edward Francis Cary teacher and miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Harpoot, Turkey 
1901-10; in business. Address Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

George Leonard Drowne (non-grad.) instructor Eng. Clark Coll. 1906-10 
sup. Cong. chs. 1913-14; p. Hampton, Conn. 1914-15; ord. 1915 
p. Rye, N. H. 1915-17; res. min. Trinity (Epis.) ch. Stoughton, Mass 
1917-19; ord. in Grace (Epis.) ch. New Bedford and asst. 1919-21 
r. St. Paul's ch. Plainfield, Conn, from 1925. 

Address Plainfield, Conn. 

Fred Patterson Ensminger p. and supt. Cong. Latin-Amer. Inst. West 
Tampa, Fla. 1905-14; Lyons, Col. 1914-18; Seventh Ave. ch. Denver 
1918-19; supt. Cong. Conf. of Kentucky, the Carolinas and Ten- 
nessee from 1920. Address Star, N. C. 

Aubrey Caldwell Gilmore (spec, stu.) r. Hull's Cove, Me. 1907-08; min. 
Randolph, Vt. 1909-10; Middleboro, Mass. 1911-14; Vineyard 
Haven 1914-19; Ausable Forks, N. Y. 1921; Rumford, Me. 1921-23; 
South Portland from 1926. Address South Portland, Me. 

Hugh Finlay Graham (grad. stu.) p. Union, Conn. 1909-12; Westport, 
Mass. 1912-14; Pitcher, N. Y. 1915-16; Bristol, 1916-18; West 
Groton 1918-19; Woodville 1919-20; Piermont, N. H. 1921; Campton 
1923-24; So. Bridgton, Me. 1925- ; author Acadian Exile. 

Address So. Bridgton, Me. 

George Haines (non-grad.) died in Greystone Park, N. J. Jan. 17, 1925. 

Charles Stillman Haynes (grad. stu.). Address Reeds Ferry, N. H. 

William Mackintosh Macnair p. Prospect St. ch. Cambridge from 1908. 

Address 177 Hancock St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Arthur Peabody Pratt (non-grad.) p. Bellows Falls, Vt. 1906-16; Second 
Cong. Ch. Greenfield, Mass. from 1916; D.D. Middlebury 1915. 

Address Greenfield, Mass. 

Lucius Fenn Reed p. First ch. Hyde Park 1908-10; Greeley, Col. 
1911-12; Albuquerque, N. M. 1912-17; gen. sec. Civic Betterment 
League, Albuquerque 1915-17; p. First ch. Boulder, Col. from 1917. 

Address Boulder, Col. 

1902 

John Charles States Andrew teaching and school administration, Lynn 
1906-19; Y.M.C.A. France 1919; assoc. prof, of Hist. Colby 1921-23; 
prof, history, Boston Univ. Sch. of Rel. Educ. 

Address 1799 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 

Charles Howard Atkins (non-grad.) p. Saratoga St. ch. (Meth.) E. Bos- 
ton 1907-10; St. John's ch. So. Boston 1910-12; Boston St. ch. Lynn 
1912-13; Epworth ch. Cambridge 1913-16; Congress St. ch. Portland 
Me. 1916-19; Gardiner 1920-25. Address Tamworth, N. H. 

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1902-1903 ALUMNI 

Lee Maltby Dean (non-grad.) min. St. Mary's (Epis.) Detroit, Mich. 1910; 
St. George's, Chicago, 111. 1911-12; cur. Grace, Providence, R. I. 
1913-14; r. St. Thomas, Providence 1915-16; Riverside 1917-18; 
St. James (Fair Haven) New Haven, Conn. 1921-24; Collinsville 
from 1924. Address Collinsville, Conn. 

George Harold Ellis (non-grad.) died in 1919. 

Harry Linwood Hartwell (spec, stu.) p. Bonne Terre, Mo. 1908-13; 
Mazomonie and Black Earth, Wis. 1914-18; Community ch. Rollo, 
111. 1918-21; Hildreth and Wilcox, Neb. 1922-24; Omaha Avenue 
ch. Norfolk from 1924. Address Norfolk, Neb. 

Edward Christopher Hays (formerly Hayes) p. New Braintree 1907- 
08; Acton 1908-13; Enfield 1913-14; Greensboro, Vt. 1915-18; res. 
Waterbury 1919-20; p. Hyde Park 1922-26; Wilmington 1926-. 

Address Wilmington, Vt. 

Frederick Joseph Libby p. Magnolia 1905-11; teacher and director 
religious activities Phillips Exeter Acad. 1912-20; World War service 
with Friends' Unit A.R.C. in France 1918-19; with Am. Friends' 
Service Com. 1919-22; exec. sec. of (present title) Nat. Council for 
Prevention of War from 1922. 

Address 532 17th St., Washington, D. C. 

George Albert Swertfager (non-grad.) p. Princeton, Minn. 1907-09; 
Union ch. Hurley, N. M. 1915-16; Lutheran ch. Oregon, 111. 1916- 
19; (Cong.) Philadelphia, N. Y. 1919-20. 

Address P. O. Box 661, Chicago, 111. 



1903 

Edward Everett Ayers (spec, stu.) S.T.D. Mt. Union Coll. 1908; prof. 
Sociology and Bible, Randolph-Macon Woman's Coll. 1908-25; 
prof. Greensboro Coll. Greensboro, N. C. 

Address Greensboro, N. C. 

John Harold Dale p. Billerica from 1903. Address Billerica, Mass. 

George Herbert Hull (non-grad.) 

Address P. O. Box 1056, Portland, Ore. 

John X Miller miss'y Madura Mission A.B.C.F.M. from 1903; in charge 
of High Sch. and Normal Training Institution, Pasumalai from 
1905; World War service with Y.M.C.A. in Mesopotamia 1918; D.D. 
Pacific Univ. 1919. Address Pasumalai, S. India. 

Ernest Earle Osgood (non-grad.) postmaster Brook Hill, Va. 1904-20; 
teacher Richmond Acad. 1917-18. 

Address Brook Hill, Henrico Co., Va. 

Willard Holbrook Palmer p. Wilton, Me. 1906-19; asst. to State supt. 
Cong. Conf. and Miss'y Soc. of Maine 1919-21; p. Calais from 1922 

Address Mexico, Me. 

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ALUMNI 1903-1904 

William John Stewart (grad. stu.) p. Buda, 111. 1904-09; sec. Soc'l Serv. 
Council of Saskatchewan. 

Address 2260 Scarth St., Regina, Sask. Canada. 



1904 

Alfred Ray Atwood (non-grad.) p. Quincy 1905-09; educ. supt. for the 
synod of Mich. (Pres.) 1914-17; supt. Mo. Cong. Conf. 1918-27; 
S.T.M. Oberlin 1918. 

Address 5219 Kensington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Arthur Train Belknap (grad. stu.) prof. Eng. Franklin (Ind.) Coll. 1907- 
19 and dean 1916-19; member summer sch. faculty Ind. Univ. 1912 
and 1914 and ext. dept. lect. 1915-18; pres. Grand Island Coll. 1919- 
20; dean State Normal Sch. Mansfield, Pa. from 1920. 

Address Mansfield, Pa. 

Richard Harold Clapp p. Farmington, Me. 1904-16; Brattleboro, Vt. 
1916-19; First ch. Northampton, Mass. 1919-23; United Ch. New 
Haven, Conn, from 1923. 

Address 302 Temple St., New Haven, Conn. 

Francis Howard Davis (grad. stu.) p. Wales (Bapt.) 1908-09; sup. and in 
business 1912-13; N. E. field sec. for Watchman-Examiner 1914-17; 
died in Worcester, Nov. 29, 1925. 

Fred Keightley Gamble (grad. stu.) min. Whitinsville (Meth.) 1920; 
Plainville 1921; listed as retired 1925; deceased. 

Perley Cummings Grant p. Newport, N. H. 1904-09; West Somerville, 
Mass. 1909-15; asso. p. at Central ch. Boston 1915-16; p. Kennebunk, 
Me. 1916-17; sec. Y.M.C.A. Nashua, N. H. 1917-19; p. Westminster 
(Pres.) ch. Manchester 1922-24; Barre, Vt. from 1925. 

Address Barre, Vt. 

Charles Harvey Kershaw (non-grad.) p. Boyle Hts. (Presb.) Los Angeles, 
Cal. 1906-09. Address Berkeley, Cal. 

Howard Abbot Lincoln sec. Lang. Correspondence Schools Boston 1908- 
09; p. Wiscasset, Me. 1910-12; Rochester, Vt. 1912-16; Westford, 
Mass. 1916-18; case officer, Fed'l Bd. for Vocational Education, 
Boston, 1918-25. Address 2 Oak Knoll Terrace, Needham, Mass. 

Donald McFayden Ph.D. Chicago 1916; r. Grace (Epis.) ch. Amherst 
1908-11; instr. ancient and Bible history, Univ. of Col. 1911-19; 
asst. prof, history, Univ. of Neb. 1919-22; prof, history, Washington 
Univ. from 1922. Address 125 N. Hanley Rd., Clayton, Mo. 

Ansel Sylvester Richards (non-grad.) 

Address 201 Summer Ave., Reading, Mass. 

Walter Byron Williams p. Bridgewater 1909-17; Danielson, Conn. 
1917-24 and So. Killingly 1919-24; North ch. Berkeley, Cal. from 
1925. Address Berkeley, Cal. 

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1905-1906 ALUMNI 

1905 

Arthur Gray Cummings p. Middleboro from 1905. 

Address Middleboro, Mass. 

Maurice Johnson Duncklee p. Saxonville 1908-13; Winter St. ch. 
Bath, Me. 1913-18; Bethany chapel, Bridgeport, Conn. 1919-24; 
West Lebanon, N. H. from 1925. Address West Lebanon, N. H. 

William Stickney Ewell (grad. stu.) p. Winchester, N. H. 1905-11; 
First (Presb.) ch. Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 1911-12; in business Auburn 
from 1912. Address 12 Elizabeth St., Auburn, N. Y. 

Joseph Land Hoyle p. Pelham, N.H. 1903-10; Haverhill, Mass. 1910-12; 
Hamilton 1912-16; Brockton 1916-18; Y.M.C.A. in France and 
England 1918-19; p. So. Sudbury 1920-22. 

Address So. Sudbury, Mass. 

Charles Petrie Marshall p. Westford, 1905-10; Washington St. ch« 
Quincy 1910-12; Church of Pilgrimage, Plymouth 1912-19; Y. M.C.A. 
in England and France 1918-19; in business Plymouth from 1919; 
died there Feb. 11, 1926. 

Frank Duncan Smith (grad. stu.) Address Springfield, Mass. 

Wood Robert Stewart (non-grad.) r. Epiphany ch. Seattle, Wash. 1917— 
18; Army Chaplain. A.E.F. 1918-19; r. St. Martins in the Field, 
Philadelphia, Pa. from 1919. 
Address 8020 St. Martin's Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Julius Peter West (spec, stu.) p. (Meth.) Lowell 1907-11; Florence 
1911-15; Wakefield 1915-16; So. Hadley FaUs 1916-22; West Fitch- 
burg from 1923. Address 2 Vernon Court, Fitchburg, Mass. 



1906 

Henry Alfred Barber (non-grad.) p. Rye, N. H. 1906-14; Southville, 
1914-15; Nobscot (Union) Framingham 1915-17; in business Fram- 
ingham from 1916. Address Framingham Center, Mass. 

Enoch Frye Bell Sec. A.B.C.F.M. Boston from 1906, editorial sec. from 
1921; D.D. Middlebury 1925. Address 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Bruce Wallace Brotherston Ph.D. Harv. 1923; p. No. Conway, N. H. 
1907-12; Andover FeUow 1912-13; p. Gilbertville, Mass. 1913-19; 
Milton 1920-21; prof. rel. educ. and Christian ethics, St. Lawrence 
Univ. Theol. Sch. from 1922. Address Canton, N. Y. 

Ellery Carroll Clapp sup. in various Mass. chs. from 1909; chap. Hamp- 
shire Co. prison from 1912. 

Address 347 Riverside Drive, Northampton, Mass. 

Ernest Carlton Davis (spec, stu.) p. Union (undenominational) ch. 
Methuen from 1913; died there April 17, 1920. 

Arthur Dechman (non-grad.) Address 766 Hedding St., San Jose, Cal. 

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ALUMNI 1906-1908 

George Henry Hefflon ord. priest Epis. ch. 1910; miss'y to deaf mutes 
in Province of N. E. from 1909; died in Providence, R. I. April 25, 
1925. 

Charles Richard Peacock Newton (spec, stu.) (formerly Charles Richard 
Peacock) p. New Ipswich, N. H. 1905-11; First and East Claremont, 
Mass. 1911-15; name changed 1913; died in Charlemont July 19, 
1916. 

Harrison Lloyd Packard p. Kingston 1906-10; Littleton 1910-14; Shel- 
burne Falls 1914-18; Winchendon 1918-22; Adams Sq. Worcester 
from 1923. Address 20 Schaffner St., Worcester, Mass. 

Charles Richard Peacock see Charles Richard Peacock Newton. 

1907 

Clarence LeRoy Barton (spec, stu.) teacher high sch. Ashland 1907-09; 
in business 1909-17; Industrial Health Inspector State Dept. of 
Labor and Industries Mass. from 1918. 

Address 132 Church St., Marlboro, Mass. 

Charles Henry Kershaw (spec, stu.) p. Second ch. (Prim. Meth.) Me. 
thuen 1904-13; Second (South) ch. New Bedford from 1913; chap. 
Bristol Co. House of Correction from 1917. 

Address 168 County St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Thomas Willingham Lawton (non-grad.) in business Oviedo, Fla. 1909- 
16; supt. schools, Seminole Co. 1917. Address Sanford, Fla. 

Arthur Andrews McBride miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Marathi Mission, India 
1908-11; Sholapur 1911-16, 1920-24; Sirur 1916-20; Ahmednagar 
from 1924. Address Ahmednagar, India. 

Clifford Leonard Miller p. Zion ch. Haverhill 1905-13; Union ch. New- 
port, R. I. 1913-17; First ch. Talladega, Ala. 1917-18; Army Chap, 
in France 1918-19; sup. and p. St. Mark's Boston 1919-27. 

Address 17 Hazlewood St., Boston, Mass. 

1908 

Maynor Davis Brock (spec, stu.) teacher Woburn H. S. 1908-10; Staten 
Island Acad. New York City, 1910-12; Mercersburg Acad. 1912-14; 
Country Day School, Kansas City, Mo. from 1915. 

Address 4033 Hyde Park Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

Charles Lawrence Curtis (spec, stu.) supt. of schools and princ. of 
High School, Groton. Address Groton, Mass. 

Paul Gordon Favour p. Littleton 1907-10; Prospect Hill ch. Somer- 
ville 1910-16; Farmington, Me. 1916-19; ord. (Epis.) Portland, Me. 
Nov. 5, 1919; asst. min. St. Bartholomew's ch. New York City 1919- 
21; vicar St. Bartholomew's Parish House 1919; r. Trinity ch. New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 

Address 28 Westminster Court, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

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1908-1909 ALUMNI 

Arthur Harold Gilmore (non-grad.) in business Chicago 1908-12; B.D. 
Chicago Sem. 1913; ord. Topsfield, Mass. Apr. 24, 1914 and p. 1914- 
19; Y.M.C.A. in France and Germany during World War; p. 
Plymouth, N. H. 1919-23; St. Anthony Park, St. Paul, Minn, from 
1924. Address 2111 Commonwealth Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Reuben Albert Goodwin (non-grad.) B.D. Pacific Theol. Sem. 1910; 
p. Clayton, Cal. 1908-09; San Francisco 1909-10; ord. Atkinson, 
N.H. June 21, 1911 and p. 1910-18; Goodyear, Conn. 1918-19; 
Hardwick, Mass. from 1919; died there Nov. 23, 1920. 

Daniel Irving Gross p. Marshfield 1908-10; Pilgrim ch. Nashua, N. H. 
1911-17; three year law course with Blackstone Inst. Chicago (corre- 
spondence school) and admitted to Bar Aug. 8, 1919; p. Woodfords, 
Me. from 1918. Address 123 Beacon St., Portland, Me. 

Ernest Belden Hart (non-grad.) St. Pauls, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1921-26; 
Educ. adviser, Columbia Univ. Home Study dept. from 1926. 

Address 11 Hawthorne PL, Montclair, N. J. 

Howard Valentine Hartshorn (non-grad.) B.D. Pacific Theol. Sem. 
1910; ord. Clayton, Cal. Oct. 12, 1910 and p. 1909-10; West End, 
Los Angeles, 1911-15; Prescott, Ariz. 1916-17; Perris, Cal. 1918-20; 
Hemet 1923-1927; Highland 1927- . Address Highland, Cal. 

Bertram Curtis Henry (non-grad.) p. Tyngsboro 1908-09; teacher George- 
town (Ky.) college; teacher in Oregon and Idaho; principal, Cabinet, 
Idaho from 1926. Address Cabinet, Idaho. 

Clayton Judy (non-grad.) p. United Brethren ch. Miamisburg, Ohio 1908- 
11; Spokane, Wash. 1911-12; Plymouth (Cong.) ch. Kellogg, Idaho 
1912-14; Okanogan Co. Wash, miss'y work 1914-17; p. Lower 
Natchez ch. Yakima, 1917-20; Deer Park and Dennison 1920-21; 
Central ch. Salem, Ore. 1921-23; Gervais, S. Iverton and Central 
Howell 1923-26; Plymouth Cong. ch. New Plymouth, Idaho from 
1926. Address New Plymouth, Idaho. 

Frank Peyton (non-grad.) p. Pond Creek, Okla. 1908-14; Wellington, 
Kan. 1914-16; Great Bend 1916-19; Wellington 1921-25; Hastings, 
Neb. from 1926; D.D. Kingfisher Coll. 1921. 

Address Hastings, Neb. 

Wallin Eleazar Riebel p. St. Clair Ave. (U. B.) ch. Columbus, Ohio 
1908-15; Canal Winchester 1915-16; Logan 1916-19; MiUs Memorial, 
Lancaster 1919-21; Circleville 1921-23; Burgess Ave. Columbus 
1923-26; Canal Winchester 1926-; D.D. Otterbein Coll. 1923. 

Address Canal Winchester, Ohio. 

1909 

Henry Joel Cadbury (1908-10 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Dec. 1, 1883; A.B. Haverford Coll. 1903; A.M. Harv. 1904; Ph.D. 
1914; inst., asst. prof, and assoc. prof. Haverford Coll. 1910-19; lect. 
on N.T. Andover Theol. Sem. 1919-21; asst. prof. N.T. interpretation 

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ALUMNI 1909 

1921-26; do. Harv. Theol. Sch. 1922-26; lect. on O.T. Epis. Theol. 
Sch. 1924-26; prof. Bibl. Lit. Bryn Mawr Coll. from 1926; author 
National Ideals in the O.T. 1920; Style and Literary Method of Luke 
1920; The Making of Luke and Acts 1927. 

Address 3 College Circle, Haverford, Pa. 

William Taylor Caldwell (1908-09 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Philadelphia, 
Pa. Apr. 25, 1886; A.B. Univ. Pa. 1908; A.M. Harv. 1909; B.D. Union 
Theol. Sem. 1911; ord. (Presb.) Philadelphia, May 15, 1912; asst. 
p. Hope, Philadelphia 1912-17; p. Walnut st. Philadelphia 1917-18; 
Lawndale, Philadelphia from 1918. 

Address 1037 Gilham St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Paul Durand Dansingberg (1908-09 Harv.D.S. stu.) b. Claremont, 
Minn. Sept. 17, 1883; A.B. Univ. Minn. 1906; S.T.B. Harv. 1909; 
ord. (Unit.) Sept. 29, 1909; p. St. Cloud, Minn. 1909-14; Kansas 
City, Mo. 1914-17. 

Address 4316 Ewing Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

William James Dixon (1908-09 Harv.D.S. stu.) b. Greenbush, Ont. 
Oct. 3, 1860; A.B. Univ. Cambridge, 1890; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1901; 
A.M. Harv. 1902; S.T.B. Harv. 1909; ord. deacon (Epis.) Cambridge, 
June 19, 1901; priest May 23, 1902; min. St. Luke's ch. Fall River 
1901-05; Grace ch. South Boston, 1905-11; r. Grace ch. Tucson, 
Ariz. 1911-21; canon Trinity cath. Phoenix and vie. St. Paul's ch. 
Yuma from 1921. Address 735 First Ave., Yuma, Ariz. 

Herbert Lathe Drury (1908-09 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) A.B. Yale 1903; 
A.M. Harv. 1904. Address 334 Franklin St., Newton, Mass. 

John Harold Gould (1908-09 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Vinal Haven, Me. 
July 4, 1877; grad. Bangor 1902; A.B. Bates 1904; S.T.B. Cobb 
D.S. 1904 and Harv. 1909; ord. Norridgewock, Me. Sept. 8, 1904 and 
p. 1904-08; Wareham, Mass. 1909-12; Haverhill 1912-15; Union, 
N.H. 1915-17; Newington 1917-20; White Oaks, Williamstown, 
Mass. 1921—. Address Williamstown, Mass. 

Oakel Fowler Hall (1908-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. near Crawfordsville, 
Ind. Dec. 20, 1879; A.B. Wabash 1907; p. (Meth.) Advance, Ind. 
1905-07; (Cong.) Linden, Mass. 1908-09; ord. Winthrop ch. Charles- 
town Dec. 1, 1910 and p. 1910-14; stu. p. Purdue Univ. 1915-17; 
assoc. prof. Sociology from 1917. 

Address 829 No. Salisbury St., W. Lafayette, Ind. 

Frederick Downing Hay ward (1908-09 non-grad.) b. Andover, Aug. 
28, 1870; A.B. Amherst 1894; ord. Mason, N.H. Nov. 16, 1909 and 
p. 1909-11; Westminster, Vt. 1911-12; Ticonderoga, N.Y. 1916-19. 

Address 23 Central St., Methuen, Mass. 

Herbert Waldo Hines (1908-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Charlestown, Aug. 
14, 1887; A.B. Harv. 1909; A.M. 1910; S.T.B. Univ. Chicago 1911; 
Ph.D. 1922; ord. (Bapt.) Melrose, Sept. 9, 1912; p. El Paso, IU. 1915- 



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21; Kankakee 1921-25; Central Bapt. ch. Springfield, 111. from 1925; 
author Missionary Education in the Local Church 1925. 

Address 1112 S. Sixth St., Springfield, 111. 

Charles Frederick Lee (1908-09 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Friendsville, Tenn. 
Nov. 24, 1877; A.B. Earlham 1906 and Haverford 1907; A.M. 1909; 
teacher Pittsburg, Kans. and Illinois State Normal Coll. 1909-14; 
died in Chicago, 111. Oct. 17, 1914. 

Cameron Macleod (1908-09 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1910; LL.B. 
1912. Manufacturer. Address Berwyn, Pa. 

Edmund Harrison Oxley (1908-09 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Trinidad, Br. 
W. Indies, Jan. 30, 1881; A.B. Howard 1906; S.T.B. 1908 and Harv. 
1909; D.D. Howard 1922; ord. (Epis.) deacon, Washington, D.C. 
June 10, 1906; priest May 26, 1907; Charlotte Hall, Md. 1906-10; 
Aquasco 1907-10; St. Augustine's ch. Harrisburg, Pa. 1910-12; St. 
Andrew's ch. Cincinnati, Ohio, from 1912. 

Address 543 West 9th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Houghton Page. Name changed from Henry Houghton Schumacher 
(1908-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Quincy, Aug. 12, 1883; A.B. Boston 
Univ. 1908; S.T.B. Harv. 1911; ord. (Unit.) Feb. 1912; p. Portland, 
Me. 1911-13; Helena, Mont. 1913-16; First parish, Hingham, Mass. 
1916-26; All Souls ch. Greenfield, Mass. 1926-. 

Address Greenfield, Mass. 

Herman Peters (1908-09 Harv.D.S. stu.) b. Keystone, la. Dec. 25, 
1880; A.B. Leland Stanford Univ. 1907; S.T.B. Harv. 1910. Real 
estate. Address Los Altos, Calif. 

George Lee Phelps (1908-09 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Syracuse Univ. 1900; 
A.M. Syracuse 1902 and Harv. 1909; prof. Anc. Lang. Hanover Coll. 
1911-14; teacher Utica Free Acad. Address Utica, N. Y. 

Henry Houghton Schumacher. See Houghton Page, 1909. 

Henry Beston Sheahan (1908-09 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1909; 
A.M. 1911; literary work. Address Topsfield, Mass. 

Laurence Drew Somers (1908-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Wakefield, Sept. 
24, 1880; S.B. Harv. 1903; S.T.B. 1911; ord. Barrington, R. I. Aug. 
13, 1911 and p. 1911-14; Pawtucket 1914-18; Marion, Mass. from 
1918. Address Marion, Mass. 

William George Tinckom-Fernandez (1908-09 Harv. Coll. stu.) jour- 
nalism. 

Address 71 Strand-on-Green, Chiswick, London, W. 4, England. 

Howard Lee Torbet (1908-09 grad. stu.) b. Homesville, Ohio July 29/ 
1873; A.B. Ohio Wesleyan Univ. 1897; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1904; 
ord. (Meth.) Dayton, Ohio 1901; p. Linden (Cong.) ch. Maiden, Mass. 
1901-06; Maverick ch. Boston 1906-08; First ch. Revere 1909-14; 
Park ch. Cleveland, Ohio 1914-20; Mayflower, East Cleveland from 
1920. Address 1348 E. 115th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

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1910 

William Ewart Maurice Aitken (1909-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Court- 
right, Ont. Oct. 21, 1885; A.B. Univ. Toronto 1908; A.M. 1909; 
Ph.D. Harv. 1911; Thayer Fellow, Am. School Jerusalem 1911-12; 
tutor Knox Coll. 1914; ord. (Presb.) 1914. 

Address 76a Hilton Ave., Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

Melbourne Owen Baltzer (1909-10 S.T.B.) b. Outram, N. S. Sept. 30, 
1879; grad. Bangor 1905; A.B. Bowdoin 1909; ord. Lowell, May 11, 
1910; asst. p. Phillips ch. So. Boston 1910-12; p. LoveU, Me. 1912-15; 
Mexico 1915-18; Norway 1918-20; Randolph, Mass. from 1921. 

Address 9 So. Main St., Randolph, Mass. 

Clarence Emory Carter (1909-12 non-grad.) b. Cleveland, Ohio, July 12, 
1887; S.B. Wesleyan Univ. 1908. 

Address 800 So. Halstead St., Chicago, 111. 

Arthur Randolph Connell (1909-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Austin, Tex. 
Sept. 15, 1875; Ph.B. Providence Univ. 1905; grad. Boston Univ. 
School of Theol. 1908; A.M. 1910; S.T.B. Harv. 1910; ord. (Meth.) 
Lexington, Ky. Oct. 1, 1905; p. Readville, Mass. 1906-07; Harwich- 
port (Cong.) 1907-08; Greenfield, N. H. 1908; Greenwood, Mass. 
1908-11; various pastorates in Ohio from 1911. 

Address Miles Park, Cleveland, Ohio. 

James Ephraim Coons (1909-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Hanesville, Ont. 
Nov. 1, 1877; A.B. Ohio Wesleyan 1906; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1908; 
A.M. Ohio Wesleyan 1910; S.T.D. 1920; ord. (Meth.) Ashland, Ohio. 
Sept. 14, 1902; pastorates in Ohio 1902-06; So. Hamilton, Mass, 
1906-07; East Saugus 1907-11; First M. E. ch. Watertown 1917-; 
supt. Lynn Dist. N. E. Conf. 1921-26; p. Newton Centre from 1926. 

Address 30 Lake Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Josiah Pope Dickerman (1909-10 grad. stu.) b. Foxboro, June 11, 1865; 
A.B. Amherst 1886; S.T.B. Chicago Theol. Sem. 1893; ord. Lynxville, 
Wis. June 1, 1891; p. in Wis., 111., Minn., Mich. 1891-1908; No. 
Attleboro, Mass. 1910-11; Dorset, Vt. 1916; Goffstown, N. H. 1919- 
20; Ludlow, Mass. 1923; Bennington, N. H. 1924-26. 

Address Foxboro, Mass. 

Sheldon Jenckes Howe (1909-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Providence, R. I. 
Aug. 5, 1887; A.B. Brown 1908; A.M. Harv. 1910; prof. History, 
Calif. Coll. 1908-09; world war service, A.E.F. incl. Press Censor, 
Paris 1918-19; instr. and asst. prof. History, Princeton from 1919. 

Address 4 College Road, Princeton, N. J. 

Murray Shipley Kenworthy (1909-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. New London, 
Ind. June 27, 1874; B.L. Earlham Coll. 1900; A.M. 1905; S.T.B. 
Harv. 1916; min. Friends since 1897; prof. Earlham Coll. 1904-15; 
Wilmington Coll. 1919-21 ; chief Am. Friends' Famine Relief in Russia 
1921-22; p. Friends' ch. Washington, D.C. 1923- 

Address 1327 Kenyon St., Washington, D. C. 

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Dwight Fay Mowery (1908-10 S.T.B.) b. Coolville, Ohio, Nov. 2, 1880; 
A.B. Carleton Coll. 1905; stu. Hartford 1907-08; ord. Pittsfield, 
Nov. 4, 1910; asst. p. First Church, Pittsfield 1910-12; p. Beacon 
Hill ch. Kansas City, Mo. 1912-14; First ch. Moorehead, Minn. 
1914-19; First (Unit.) ch. Houlton 1919-22; Newport, R. I. from 
1922. Address 29 Kay St., Newport, R. I. 

Joseph Eugene Nyhan (1909-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. St. Louis, Mo. 
Jan. 16, 1879; Ph.B. Iowa Coll. 1909; p. Van Cleve, la. 1908-09; 
ord. Hard wick, June 21, 1909 and p. 1908-09; asst. p. Campello, 
Mass. 1910-12; sec. West Side Y.M.C.A. N.Y. City 1912-20; Moline, 
111. 1920-24; nat. sec. National Metal Trades Assoc. 1924-. 

Address 5227 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, 111. 

George Hathaway Parkinson (1909-10 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Springfield, 
111. Dec. 13, 1875; Ph.B. Northwestern Univ. 1902; A.M. 1906; 
S.T.B. Garrett Bibl. Inst. 1906; ord. (Meth.) Hutchinson, Kan. 
Mar. 25, 1906; pastorates in Kan. and 111. 1902-09; So. Braintree, 
Mass. 1909-11; Newton Centre 1911-16; Eugene, Ore. 1916-18; 
Corvallis 1919-21; Manhattan, Kan. 1921-25; First ch. Fort Scott 
1925-27; Winfield from 1927. 

Address 323 Seward St., Winfield, Kansas. 

Paul Michael Piel (1909-10 Harv. CoU. stu.) S.B. Harv. 1911. 

Address 276 W. 11th St., New York, N. Y. 

Robert Hamilton Robertson (1909-10 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 
1910; in business. Address 6 State St., Bangor, Me. 

Abraham Simon (1909-10 Harv. CoU. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1910. 

Fred Veston Stanley (1909-10 grad. stu. fellow) b. Eden, Me. Jan. 3, 
1873; A.B. Bowdoin 1909; grad. Bangor 1910; ord. (Meth.) Bangor, 
Me. 1903; p. Penobscot 1903-05; Orrington 1905-07; Lisbon 1907- 
09; (Cong.) Kingston, N. H. 1909-12; Hallowell, Me. 1912-15; Co- 
hasset, Mass. from 1915. Address Cohasset, Mass. 

Wayne Lee Waters (1909-12 Harv. D. S. stu.) b. Defiance, Ohio, June 12, 
1882; A.B. Olivet Coll. 1907; S.T.B. Harv. 1912; p. Cooper, Mich. 
1906-07; ord. Grand Ledge, Dec. 1, 1908 and p. there and Oneida 
(Presb.) 1907-09; Canton, Mass. 1909-12; Iowa City, la. 1912-14; 
Oskaloosa 1914-19; Des Moines 1920-27; Jacksonville, 111. 1927-. 

Address 202 Kosciusko St., Jacksonville, 111. 

Harry Austryn Wolfson (1909-10, 1911-12 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Ostrin, 
Russia, Jan. 1, 1888; A.B. Harv. 1912 as of 1911; A.M. 1912; Ph.D. 
1915; instr. and prof. Jewish Lit. and Phil. Harvard 1915—. 

Address 85 Prescott St., Cambridge, Mass. 

George Shiel Young (1909-10 Harv. D. S. stu.) b. Sterling, Scotland, 
Dec. 25, 1881; died Ithaca, N. Y. June 30, 1911. 



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1911 

Thompson Eldridge Ashby (1910-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Franklin, Neb. 
Mar. 12, 1883; A.B. Univ. of Denver 1908; A.M. 1915; S.T.B. Harv. 
1914; ord. Maiden, Oct. 17, 1912 and p. 1912-15; Central ch. Chelsea 
1915-17; Brunswick, Me. 1917- Address Brunswick, Me. 

William Thomas Boyce (1910-11 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Chowan Co. 
N.C.; A.B. Guilford Coll. 1909 and Haverford 1910; A.M. Harv. 1911; 
dean Fullerton Dist. Junior Coll. Address Fullerton, Cal. 

Homer Hargrove Breland (1910-11 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1912; 
LL.B. 1915; lawyer. Address 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

George Sherman Buckingham (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Maxwell, 
Ont. Apr. 16, 1880; A.B. Univ. of Toronto 1908; A.M. 1910; S.T.B. 
Victoria Univ. 1910 and Harv. 1911; ord. (Ref. Epis.) Chicago, 111. 
1911; assoc. r. St. Paul's ch. Chicago, 1911-12; p. Mayflower (Cong.) 
ch. Chicago 1912-13; Emmanuel (Ref. Epis.) Ottawa, Can. 1914-17. 

William Evans Clark (1910-11 S.T.B.) b. Orange, N. J. Aug. 9, 1888; 
A.B. Amherst 1910; A.M. Columbia 1912; teacher Princeton 1914- 
17; in politics since 1917. 

Address 27 Vandam St., New York, N. Y. 

Forest Harwood Cooke (1910-12 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Chicago, 111. Feb. 
25, 1889; A.B. Harv. 1910; teacher Thacher School, Ojai, Cal. from 
1912. Address Thacher School, Ojai, Cal. 

John Jesudason Cornelius (1910-11 spec, stu.) b. Madura, So. India, 
Apr. 16, 1886; A.M. Harv. 1915. 

Address Reid Christian College, Lucknow, India. 

Edgar Crossland (1910-11 S.T.B.) b. Halifax, Yorkshire, Eng. Feb. 14, 
1878; grad. Bangor 1908; A.B. Bowdoin 1910; S.T.B. also Harv. 1911; 
M.R.E. Boston Univ. 1921; M. Th. Princeton 1923; ord. Dexter, 
Me. June 4, 1908 and p. 1908; Mechanic Falls 1908-10; So. Acton, 
Mass. 1911-14; Barre (Presb.) Vt. 1914-19; St. Paul's Mattapan, 
Boston, Mass. 1919-22; Woodstock, New York City from 1923. 

Address 1007 Tinton Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Roy Davis (1910-11 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Rotterdam, Holland, Jan. 7, 
1877; A.B. Dalhousie 1899; A.M. Dalhousie 1900 and Harv. 1902; 
assoc. prof, and prof. Eng. Boston Univ. 19 19-. 

Address 525 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Austin Phelps Dean (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Garnarillo, la. Nov, 
13, 1870; A.B. Harv. 1894 (1899); S.T.B. Pacific Baptist Theol. Sem. 
1915; Miss'y work Punjab, India 1911-12; died on ranch near Orland. 
Cal. Aug. 9, 1926. 

Clarence Monroe Eppard (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Earlham, la. 
Feb. 26, 1879; A.B. Drake Univ. 1906; S.T.B. Drake 1909 and Harv. 
1910; p. Highland Park ch. (Disc.) Des Moines, la. 1906-09; Clarinda 

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1911 ALUMNI 

1911-14; Earlham 1914-20; Exira 1920-23; field sec. Culver-Stockton 
Coll. 1924; do. Phillips Univ. Enid, Okla. 1925-. 

Address 1423 22nd St., Des Moines, Iowa. 

John Logan Findlay (1910-12 non-grad.) b. Baunbridge, Ireland, Apr. 1, 
1879; ord. Plymouth ch. Belmont, Dec. 19, 1912; p. Warren 1912-14; 
Collinwood, Cleveland, Ohio 1914-16; Trinity, Cleveland 1917; 
Y.M.C.A. work in France 1917; First, Worcester, Mass. 1918-21; 
Easthampton 1922-26; Hudson, Ohio 1926-. 

Address Hudson, Ohio. 

Lyman Lansing Hale (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Manlius, N. Y. 
May 13, 1884; Ph.B. Syracuse 1906; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1909; 
A.M. Harv. 1911; miss'y (Meth.) Wuhu, China 1915-. 

Address Wuhu, China. 

Emerson Olds Houser (1910-12 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Moosic, Pa. May 6, 
1885; A.B. Harv. 1911 (12); B.D. Union Theol. Sem. 1919; ord. 
(Presb.) Sept. 16, 1919; p. Lake View, Chicago from 1920. 

Address 716 Addison St., Chicago, 111. 

George Franklin Jewett (1910-11 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Pepperell, 
Mar. 19, 1859; A.B. Harv. 1886; A.M. 1911; founder and princ. Mt. 
Ida School, Newton 1902-. 

Address 126 Belleville St., Newton, Mass. 

Clarence Richard Johnson (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Rumford, R. I. 
Oct. 20, 1886; A.B. Brown 1909; A.M. 1919; instr. Robert CoU. 
1911-12; instr. and asst. prof. Colby 1915-18; Y.M.C.A. in France 
1916-17; instr. Brown 1918-19; director Social and Religious Survey, 
Constantinople 1920-21 and editor Constantinople Today; prof. 
Sociology, Robert CoU. 1921-24; Bucknell Univ. 1924-27. 

Address 130 South 5th St., Lewisburg, Pa. 

Edward Dunbar Johnson (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Methuen, Aug. 6, 
1876; A.B. Tufts 1898; Meadville T.S. 1909-10; ord. (Unit.) Salem 
1911 and p. 1911-21; Urbana, 111. 1921-. 

Address University Club, Urbana, 111. 

Charles Rhind Joy (1910-11 S.T.B.) b. Boston, Dec. 5, 1885; A.B. 
Harv. 1908; S.T.B. also Harv. 1911; ord. (Unit.) Portland, Me. 1913, 
and p. First parish, 1911-17; Y.M.C.A. work overseas 1917-19; p. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 1919-22; Dedham 1922-26; AU Souls (Cong.-Unit.) 
Lowell, 1927-. Address 55 Clitherve St., Lowell, Mass. 

Harold Elkin Knott (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Southport, England, 
Feb. 10, 1880; A.B. Drake Univ. 1910; A.M. Harv. 1911; B.D. Eugene 
Bible Univ. 1924; prof. Coll. of Bible, Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia, 
1913-21; prof. Eugene Bible Univ. from 1922; author How to prepare 
a sermon. Address Eugene, Oregon. 

Harold Vonieda Lesher (1910-11 Harv. CoU. stu.) 

Address Northumberland, Pa. 



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ALUMNI 1911-1912 

Kay Fleming Nance, formerly Kidd Fleming N. (1910-12 Harv. D.S. 
stu.) b. Cross Plains, Tex. Apr. 28, 1884; A.B. Drake Univ. 1908; grad. 
Drake Bible Coll. 1908; A.M. Harv. 1912; ord. (Disc.) Hutchinson, 
Kan. July 1, 1912 and p. 1912-15; private in French army 1916; 
captain U. S. army 1917-19, overseas 1918-19; lecturer Redpath 
Chautauqua Bureau 1920-22; p. Redondo Beach, Cal. 1922-26. 

Address Box 501, Redondo Beach, Cal. 

Kotaro Nishio (1910-11 grad. stu.) b. Tottori, Japan, Nov. 6, 1868; 
Doshisha Theol. Sem. 1895; min. Kumiai churches. 

Address Heian Kyokwai, Shinmachi-Sanjo, Kyoto, Japan. 

Robert Burns Street (1910-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Spear, N.C. Apr. 18, 
1887; A.B. Berea Coll. 1910; S.T.B. Harv. 1914; asst. p. First ch, 
Meriden, Conn. 1914; ord. Sharon 1915 and p. 1915-17; U. S. army 
1917-19. Address P. O. Box 1061, Asheville, N. C. 

Luke Stuart (1910-11 grad. stu.) b. Marshfield, Mo. Oct. 11, 1880; B. S. 
Drury Coll. 1907; stu. Union Theol. Sem. 1908; S.T.B. Univ. Chicago 
D.S. 1910; ord. (Disc.) Springfield, Mo. 1907; p. First (Cong.) ch. 
Gary, Ind. 1911-12; Indep. Pres. ch. Polo, 111. 1912-19; insurance 
and real estate. Address 1103 W. Lincoln Blvd., Freeport, 111. 

Theodore Volney Witter (1910-11 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Kohima, India, 
Dec. 5, 1885; A.B. Colgate Univ. 1908; A.M. Harv. 1910; S.T.B. 
Newton Theol. Inst. 1912; ord. (Bapt.) India 1915; and miss'y there 
from 1915. Address, Podili, South India. 

Arthur Evans Wood (1909-11 S.T.B.) b. Roxbury, Oct. 19, 1881; A.B. 
Harv. 1906; S.T.B. also Harv. 1911; Ph.D. Univ. Mich. 1920; instr. 
Social Science Reed Coll. Portland, Ore. 1911-15; asst. and assoc. 
prof. Sociology Univ. Mich, from 1917. 

Address 3 Harvard PL, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



1912 

Edgar Fletcher Allen (1910-12 dipl.) ord. South ch. Ipswich, June 10, 
1912 and p. 1911-14; research student London sch. of economics 1914- 
16; East Finchley, London 1916-19. 

Address care Cong. Union of England & Wales, 
Mr. Charles Stanchiff, Farringdon Hall, London E.C., Eng. 

Phillips Barry (1911-12 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Boston, July 18, 1880; 
A.B. Harv. 1900; A.M. 1901; S.T.B. 1913. 

Address 5 Craigie Circle, Cambridge, Mass. 

George Emerson Cary (1909-12 S.T.B.) b. Okayama, Japan, Jan. 27, 
1884; A.B. Amherst 1907; ord. Holden, Oct. 8, 1912; p. Harrisville, 
N. H. summer 1911; asst. Eliot ch. Newton, Mass. summer 1912; 
p. Holden 1912-19; First Church of Christ, Bradford from 1919. 
Son of Otis Cary, Class of 1877. 

Address 6 Church St., Bradford, Mass. 

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Henry Welsford Cliff (1911-12 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Montreal, Aug. 11, 
1883; A.B. McGill Univ. 1907; S.T.B. Presb. Coll. Montreal 1909; 
ord. (Presb.) North Lunenburg, Ont. and p. 1909-11; Mountain 
1912-; Arnprior 1917-26; Kingston 1926- 

Address Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

Willard Hallowell Curtis (1911-12 grad. stu.) b. Edmunds, Me. June 19, 
1888; grad. Bangor 1909; A.B. Bowdoin 1911; Y.M.C.A. Portland 
1912-14; ord. Portage, Me. Oct. 20, 1914; p. E. Millinocket, 1914-16; 
Boothbay Harbor 1916; U. S. Army 1918; address unknown. 

Jesse Walter Dees (1911-13 Harv. CoU. stu.) b. July 8, 1880; S.B. Harv. 
1913; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1914; ord. Union ch. Medford, Dec. 14, 
1914 and p. 1914-16; transferred to Meth. ch. 1917; pastorates in 
Illinois; St. Paul's E. St. Louis 1920-21; Belleville, 111. 1921-22; 
Princeville, 111. 1924-. Address Princeville, 111. 

Leonard Elsmith (1911-12 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1912; in business. 

Address 620 W. 122nd St., New York, N. Y. 

Paul Ellsworth Everett (1911-12 non-grad.) b. West Abington, Oct. 28, 
1885; A.B. Brown Univ. 1909; teacher East Me. Conf. Sem. Bucks- 
port 1913-14; Mountain Sch. for Boys Allaben, N. Y. 1915-16; high 
sch. Waukesha, Wis. 1916-19; osteopathic physician. 

Address 66 Church St., Wellesley, Mass. 

Charles Walter Findlay (1911-12 non-grad.) b. Glasgow, Scotland, 
Sept. 13, 1885; A.B. Harv. 1912; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1914; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon, June 7, 1914; priest Feb. 21, 1915; asst. r. St. PauPs 
Milwaukee, Wis. 1914-15; St. John's, Bridgeport, Conn. 1915-18; 
r. St. Mark's, Fall River, Mass. 1918-23; St. Andrew's, Albany, N. Y. 
1923-. Address 17 N. Main St., Albany, N. Y. 

Isaac Fleming (1910-12 grad. stu. and 1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Upper 
Musquodoboit, N. S. Oct. 18, 1873; Ph.B. Brown 1903; grad. Auburn 
Theol. Sem. 1906; A.M. Harv. 1911; ord. (Presb.) Fair Haven, N. Y. 
Nov. 30, 1906 and p. 1906-07; p. Calistoga, Cal. 1908-10; p. (Cong.) 
Canton, Mass. 1913-18; Hawthorne, Cal. 1919; Ocean Beach 1921; 
Ventura 1925-26. Address 1533 Greenfield Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

William Emerson Jones (1910-12 spec, stu.) b. Pen Y Graig, So. Wales, 
Nov. 29, 1881; A.B. Marietta Coll. 1910; M.A. 1914; Ph.D. Potomac 
Univ. 1916; ord. Nanticoke, Pa. June 1913; p. Maverick ch. E. Boston 
1910-13; Lake View ch. Chicago 1913-17; First ch. Ft. Worth, Tex. 
1917-18; chap. U. S. Army 1918-19 (World War Service) on Trans- 
port duty with detached service in England; p. Dane St. ch. Beverly 
from 1920. Address 9 Dane St., Beverly, Mass. 

Philip King (1909-12 S.T.B.) b. Lawrence, Dec. 9, 1881; A.B. Harv. 
1909; ord. Provo, Utah, Oct. 23, 1912 and p. 1912-15; Village ch. 
Dorchester, Mass. 1915-17; Grafton 1918-23; director rel. ed. Pied- 
mont ch. Worcester 1923-24; p. Federated ch. Shirley 1924-. 

Address Shirley, Mass. 

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William Cecil McCallum (1911-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. South Australia, 
July 3, 1880; A.B. Transylvania Univ. 1909; A.M. 1910; grad. Coll. 
of the Bible, Ky. 1910; ord. (Disc.) June 1909; p. Swampscott, Mass. 
1912-13; Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 1914-15; Central City, Ky. 
1916-17; Alliance, Ohio 1917- 

Address 448 W. Ray St., New Philadelphia, Ohio. 

Joseph Mayer (1911-12 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. San Antonio, Tex. Feb. 17, 
1887; A.B. Southwestern Univ. Tex. 1911; A.M. Harv. 1914; Ph.D. 
Columbia Univ. 1922; asst. prof, and prof, economics and sociology, 
Tufts Coll. 1924-. Address 36 College Ave., W. Somerville, Mass. 

Mardiros D. H. Mousigian (1911-12 spec, stu.) b. Van, Turkey, Mar. 15, 
1882; grad. Harpoot Theol. Sem. 1908; invalid. 

Cass Arthur Reed (1911-12 grad. stu. Andover Fellow) b. Port Huron, 
Mich. Nov. 25, 1884; B.S. Pomona Coll. 1906; A.M. Columbia 1911 
and Harv. 1912; S.T.B. Union T. S. 1912; Ed.D. Harv. 1921; teacher 
Y.M.C.A. Yamaquichi, Japan 1906-08; asst. p. University PL ch. 
(Presb.) New York City 1908-11; ord. Whittier, Cal. Sept. 11, 1911; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Smyrna from 1912; prof. 1912, dean from 1913 and 
pres. from 1926 International Coll. Smyrna; relief work in Turkey 
1915-19. Address International College, Smyrna, Turkey-in-Asia. 

Leo Lachmund Schmied. See Leonard Elsmith. 

Percy Ernest Thomas (1911-12 S.T.B.) b. Torquay, Eng. Dec. 21, 1874. 
Ph.B. Northwestern Univ. 1900; Ph.M. 1901; S.T.B. also Harv. 1912; 
student p. Hinsdale, 111. 1897-1901; ord. deacon (Meth.) 1901; ord. 
First Cong. ch. Winona, Minn. 1903 and p. 1901-08; First ch. Somer- 
ville, Mass. 1908-12; Union ch. Rockville, Conn. 1912-20; First ch. 
Lowell 1921-. Address 187 Pawtucket St., Lowell, Mass. 

Daniel Moses Welch (1911-12, 1913-15 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Soddy, Tenn. 
Nov. 9, 1885; A.B. Cumberland Univ. 1909; S.T.B. Harv. 1914; 
S.T.M. 1915; ord. (Unit.) Feb. 1916; p. Highland Springs, Va. 1915- 
17; Berlin, Mass. 1917-21; teaching 1921-25; p. Knoxville, Tenn. 
1924-. Address 218 Cherokee Ave., Fountain City, Knoxville, Tenn. 

William Jerome Wilson (1911-12 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Saginaw, Mich. 
Aujg. 16, 1884; A.B. Western Reserve 1905; A.M. Northwestern Univ. 
1909; S.T.B. Garrett Bibl. Inst. 1909; prof. Greek and Bibl. Lit. Iowa 
Wesleyan 1909-11; prof. Greek and Latin Coll. of Pacific 1914-18; 
instr. N.T. Pacific Unit. Sch. 1917-18; Lang, and Lit. State Normal 
School, Cheney, Wash. 1921-27. Address Cheney, Wash. 

1913 

Fritz Walter Baldwin (1910-13 S.T.B.) b. Granby, Jan. 14, 1884; A.B. 
Amherst 1905; A.M. Columbia 1908; S.T.B. also Harv. 1913; ord. 
Harvard ch. Brookline, May 7, 1913 and asst. p. 1909-18; asst. p. 
Clinton Ave. ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1919 and p. 1921-. 

Address 381 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

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Morrison Russell Boynton (1910-13 S.T.B.) b. Haverhill, Oct. 31, 1887; 
A.B. Amherst 1910; S.T.B. also Harv. 1913; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
May 15, 1913; asst. min. Clinton Ave. ch. 1913-18; chap. U. S. N. 
1918-19; p. Com. ch. Bryn Mawr, Chicago, 111. from 1920; son of 
Nehemiah Boynton, Class of 1882. 

Address 7000 Jeffery Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Constantinos I. Constantine (1912-13 non-grad.) b. Soungourlon, Turkey 
in Asia, Nov. 5, 1885; A.B. Anatolia Coll. 1906; A.M. Grinnell Coll. 
1912; asst. t. Anatolia 1906-10, and t. 1913-16; Robert Coll. Con- 
stantinople from 1916; died summer of 1918. 

Frank Byron Crandall (1912-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Andover, N. Y. 
May 18, 1885; A.B. Cornell Univ. 1906; A.M. 1907; S.T.B. Harv. 
1915; ord. (Unit.) Second ch. Boston, Dec. 20, 1914, and asst. min. 
1914-15; p. Ayer and Westford from 1915. 

Address 5 Nashua St., Ayer, Mass. 

Leonard Cushman (1912-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. East Boston, Sept. 16, 
1889; A.B. Harv. 1911; S.T.B. 1915; ord. (Unit.) Yarmouth, Me. 
Sept. 10, 1915 and p. 1915-17; Medfield, Mass. 1917-19. Financial. 

Address 52 Thornton Pk., Winthrop, Mass. 

Frederick May Eliot (1912-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Boston, Sept. 15, 
1889; A.B. Harv. 1911; A.M. 1912; S.T.B. 1915; ord. First Parish ch. 
(Unit.) Cambridge, May 16, 1915 and assoc. min. 1915-17; p. Unity 
ch. St. Paul, Minn, from 1917; chaplain U. S. Army overseas 1918-19; 
author Un wrought Iron, 1920. 

Address 807 Fairmount Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Runolfer Fjelsted (1912-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Iceland, May 17, 1879; 
A.B. Univ. of Manitoba 1905; grad. Chicago Luth. Sem. 1908; stu. 
Simpson Coll. 

Herman Hartwell Haskins (191 1-13 dipl.) b. Central Falls, R. I. Apr. 16, 
1879; A.B. Brown 1910; A.M. Harv. 1911; in business from 1918. 

Address 84 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Milton Fly HiU (1912-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Victoria, Tex. Oct. 17, 1890; 
A.B. Univ. of Tex. 1912; p. (M. E. South) Water Valley, Tex. 1914-16; 
Edinburg 1916-19; Willow Creek, Mont. 1919-20; Bozeman 1920- 
22; Milton, Ore. 1922-24; Coquille 1924-26; Miles, Tex. from 1926. 

Address Miles, Texas. 

MasumiHino (1912-13 grad. stu. Doshisha Fellow) b. Jinmachi, Yamaga- 
taken, Japan, Jan. 12, 1874; A.B. Doshisha 1894; A.M. Columbia 
1900; B.D. Union Theol. Sem. 1900; ord. Kumiai annual meeting 
1904; prof. Doshisha Theol. School 1901-18 and dean 1911-18; 
lecturer Science of Religion, Kyoto Imperial Univ. 19 14-. 

Address Kamigorio, Japan. 

Armin Klein (1912-13 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1914; M.D. 1917. 

Address 483 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 



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Otto Lyding (1912-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Hessen Cassel, Germany, 
May 16, 1880; A.B. Harv. 1909; ord. (Unit.) First ch. Roxbury, 
Oct. 4, 1914 and asst. min. 1914-16; p. Third ch. Dorchester 1916-20; 
Nashua, N. H. 1920-. Address 78 Concord St., Nashua, N. H. 

Charles Harold Lyttle (1912-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Cleveland, Ohio, 
July 16, 1884; A.B. Western Reserve Univ. 1907; A.M. 1908; S.T.B. 
Meadville 1910; S.T.M. Harv. 1913; Th.D. Meadville 1923; p. Pem- 
broke, Mass. 1912-14; ord. (Unit.) Second ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. and 
p. 1914-21, 22-24; Omaha, Neb. 1921-22; prof. Meadville Theol. 
School 1925-. Address 5735 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Guy Moore McBride (1912-13 grad. stu.) b. Bluffton, Ind. Aug. 6, 1878; 
A.B. De PauwUniv. 1906; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1908; ord. (Meth.) 
Worcester, Apr. 15, 1908; pastorates in No. Indiana Conf. 1902-04, 
1908-12; in So. Cal. Conf. 1913- 

Address 5328 5th Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

John McChesney (1912-13 spec, stu.) b. Montclair, N. J. July 20, 1885; 
A.B. Amherst 1908; teacher Hotchkiss Sch. 1919- 

Address Care of Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn. 

Norman MacQueen (1912-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Mira, Nova Scotia, 
Sept. 24, 1877; grad. Halifax Presb. Sem. 1905; p. Union Sq. (Presb.) 
ch. Somerville 1912-15; St. Andrew's, Somerville 1917-19; Clarendon 
Hill 1920-22; Peckville, Pa. 1925; Washington, N. J. 1926-. 

Address Washington, N. J. 

Joseph Martin Matthias (1912-13 dipl. 1918-19 Epis. T. S. stu.) b. St. 
Mark's, Antigua, Brit. W. I. Nov. 11, 1871; Mico Coll. W. I. 1891; 
grad. Nisky Moravian Theol. Sem. 1896; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1919; 
ord. (Morav.) Bethesda, St. Kitts, Brit. W. I. June 23, 1901 and p. 
1901-02; ord. (Prot. Epis.) Pine Bluff, Ark. Jan. 1907; r. St. Cyprian's 
ch. Boston 1919. 

Address 9 Argyle St., King's Cross, London, N. C. England. 

James Jackson Minot, Jr. (1912-13 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harvard 1913; 
financial. Address 104 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

James Perry (1912-13 non-grad.) b. Camden, Me. May 17, 1888; A.B. 
Colby 1911; B.D. Hartford Theol. Sem. 1915; p. West Hartford, 
Conn. 1914-15; World War service with Y.M.C.A. among prisoners 
(France) 1915-17, with A.E.F. 1917-18; French Army 1918-19, and in 
Turkey and Asia Minor 1919-20; killed by Turkish brigands while on 
convoy of American relief supplies near Aintab in Syria Feb. 2, 1920. 

Roy Mason Pounder (1912-13 S.T.B. and 1918-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. 
Beachburg, Ont. May 28, 1883; A.M. Queen's Univ. 1911; S.T.M. 
Harv. 1919; ord. (Meth.) Kingston, Ont. June 1912 and p. Mt. Royal 
Ave. ch. 1913-16; lect. on psych, and logic, Wesleyan Theol. Coll. 
(Montreal) 1915-18 and bursar 1916-18; p. Westmount M.E. ch. 
Montreal 1920-24; Chesterville from 1924; author Some Thoughts 
about God, 1923. Address Chesterville, Ont., Canada. 

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Donald Redfern (1912-16 non-grad.) b. Swampscott, Dec. 7, 1887; A.B. 
Bowdoin 1911. Address 292 Humphrey St., Swampscott, Mass. 

John Alexander Richardson, Jr. (1912-13 grad. stu.) b. Ingersoll, Ont. 
Aug. 21, 1887; A.B. McGill Univ. 1909; A.M. Harv. 1913; S.T.B. 
Epis. Theol. Sch. 1912; curate Christ ch. Cambridge 1912-13; Stepney 
Parish ch. London, Eng. 1914-15; St. James ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1915-17; World War service with Canadian Ex. forces 1917-19; r. 
St. Mary's ch. Philadelphia 1919- 

Address 3914 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

William Wallace Rose (1912-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Apr. 17, 1889; Crane Theol. Sem. 1908-12; ord. (Univ.) South Wey- 
mouth, Nov. 6, 1912 and p. 1912-15; Ch. of the Redeemer, Bridge- 
port, Conn. 1915-19; First ch. Rochester, N. Y. from 1919. 

Address Clinton Ave. and Court St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Arthur Aborn Simmons (1912-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Grafton, Sept. 5, 
1880; A.B. Harv. 1905; S.T.B. 1914; ord. 1912; p. Montvale 1912-16; 
assoc. p. Eliot ch. Roxbury 1922-23; p. Wilmington 1924-. 

Address Wilmington, Mass. 

Jesse Frederick Steiner (1912-13 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. St. Paris, Ohio, 
Feb. 25, 1880; A.B. Heidelberg 1901; grad. Heidelberg Theol. Sem. 
1905; A.M. Harv. 1913; Ph.D. Univ. of Chicago 1915; ord. (Germ. 
Ref.) 1905; miss'y teacher North Japan Coll. 1905-12; instr. Chicago 
Div. School 1915-17; asst. prof. Univ. of Cincinnati 1917-18; prof, 
social technology Univ. of N. C. 1921-; author Community Organiza- 
tion 1925. Address Chapel Hill, N. C. 

George Malcolm Stephenson (1912-13 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Dec. 30, 
1883; S.B. Univ. Chicago 1906; A.B. Augustana Coll. 1910; A.M. 
Harv. 1911; Ph.D. 1914; asst. prof. History Univ. of Minn, from 1918; 
author Political History of the Public Lands 1917; Conservative 
Character of Martin Luther 1921; History of American Immigration 
1926. Address 41 Arthur Ave., S.E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Carl Gustav Tideman (1912-13 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Sweden, Oct. 17, 
1887; A.B. Harv. 1914; A.M. Univ. Chicago 1918; p. Cokato, Minn. 
1919-27; Bapt. ch. Grove City 1927-. 

Address Grove City, Minn. 

David Rees Williams (1910-13 S.T.B.) b. Keene Valley, N. Y. Feb. 25, 
1890; A.B. Marietta Coll. 1910; S.T.B. also Harv. 1913; p. Norfolk 
1912-14; ord. Edgartown Oct. 5, 1914 and p. 1914-16; North ch. 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1916-24; World War service with Y.M.C.A. in 
France 1917-18; founder and director Cleveland Forum 1922-24; 
p. Third Unit. ch. Chicago, 111. 1924-. 

Address 412 N. Pine St., Chicago, 111. 



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1914 

Surendranath Arya (1913-14 spec, stu.) b. Bangalore, India, June 27, 
1888; City Coll. Calcutta Univ. 1905; A.M. Grove City Coll. 1912 
and Princeton 1917; B.D. Yale 1918; S.T.M. Union Theol. Sem. 1919; 
Miss'y of Danish Missionary Soc. Madras, India. 

Address 38 Broadway, Madras, India. 

Edward Chadbourne Boynton (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Haverhill, June 11, 
1885; A.B. Amherst 1907; S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; ord. Clinton Ave. 
ch. Brooklyn, May 14, 1913; asso. p. First ch. Ann Arbor, Mich. 
1914-16; p. Adams Sq. ch. Worcester, Mass. 1916-20; Chap. U. S. N. 
1918-19; p. Rutland, Vt. 1922-; son of Nehemiah Boynton, Class of 
1882. Address Rutland, Vt. 

Cornelius Thurston Chase (1912-14 grad. stu. Andover Fellow) b. Al- 
bany, N. Y. 1871; A.B. New York Univ. 1893; A.M. 1895; B.D. 
Chicago Theol. Sem. 1897; p. Trevor, Wis. 1895-97; ord. Tompkins 
Ave. ch. Brooklyn, June 22, 1897; p. Flatbush ch. Brooklyn 1899- 
1905; Park Ave. ch. Meadville, Pa. 1905-09; Central ch. Lynn, Mass. 
1909-21; Great Barrington 1922-. 

Address Great Barrington, Mass. 

Roy Lamont Creighton (1913-14 spec, stu.) architect. 

Address 11 Museum Rd., Shanghai, China. 

Reginald Alex Caverly Cutting (1913-14 Harv. Coll. stu.; 1918-19 Harv. 

D.S. stu.) b. Moultonboro, N. H. May 7, 1894; A.B. Harv. 1914; 

A.M. 1917; Ph.D. 1919; S.T.B. Newton Theol. Inst. 1916. Physician. 

Address 3312 Dent PL, N.W., Washington, D. C. 

Vaughan Dabney (1912-14 grad. stu. Andover Fellow) b. Paducah, Ky. 
Apr. 24, 1888; A.B. Bethany Coll. 1909; B.D. Chicago Theol. Sem. 
1912; ord. (Disc.) Bethany, W. Va. June 1, 1909; p. Oakland, Cal. 
1914-16; Durham (Cong.) N. H. 1916-20; with Y.M.C.A. overseas 
1918; p. Second ch. Dorchester, Mass. 1920-. 

Address 6 Melville Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

Fritz Daur (1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Kornthal, Wurttemberg, Ger- 
many, Mar. 25, 1888; Cand. Rev. Min. Gottingen 1911; S.T.M. Harv. 
1914; died in Courtrai, West Flanders, Nov. 14, 1914. 

Hugh Roswell Davidson (1913-14, 1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Eureka, 
111. Nov. 18, 1891; A.B. Eureka Coll. 1912; S.T.B. Harv. 1916; p. 
Ridgewood Christian ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1916; White Hall, 111. 1917; 
chaplain U. S. N. 1918-20. 

Address Care of Standard Oil Co. of N. J., Baltimore, Md. 

Rupert Clinton Foster (1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Owenton, Ky. 
Feb. 26, 1888; A.B. Transylvania Univ. 1910; A.M. 1911 and Yale 
1912; S.T.B. Yale 1912; ord. (Disc.) May 1921; p. Christian ch. 
Springfield, Ky. 1919-25; prof. N.T. McGarvey Bible Coll. Louisville 
1923-24; Cincinnati Bible Sem. from 1924; p. Bethel, Ohio from 1925. 

Address 951 Chateau Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

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Howard Stowell Fox (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Detroit, Mich. Oct. 2, 1889; 
A.B. Univ. of Mich. 1911; ord. South ch. New Britain, Conn. Nov. 3, 

1914 and p. 1914-16; United ch. East Providence, R. I. 1916-18; 
chap. U. S. Army in France 1918-19; p. First ch. Armada, Mich. 
1919-20; in business. Address 5653 Stanton Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Augustus William Gidart (1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Barnarp, Sweden, 
May 9, 1876; A.B. Univ. Chicago 1907; A.M. Yale 1910; S.T.B. 1911; 
min. Providence, R. I. 1915-17; ord. New York, Nov. 11, 1917 and 
p. Immanuel ch. 1917-20; prof, theol. Jonkoping, Sweden 1921—. 

Address Box 34, Woodstock, Conn. 

Earle Wentworth Huckel (1913-14 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oct. 31, 1887; A.B. Harv. 1910 (14); Ed.M. 1924; grad. Philadelphia 
Div. Sch. 1917; ord. (Epis.) priest May 26, 1918. 

Address Walpole, Mass. 

James Caleb Justice (1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Leicester, Eng. Sept. 
26, 1881; A.B. Northwestern Univ. 1905; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1909; 
ord. (Meth.) 1908; p. Hills Grove, R. I. 1909-11; (Cong.) Kingston 
and Chiltonville, Plymouth, Mass. 1914-18; Weymouth and Brain- 
tree 1919—. Address Braintree, Mass. 

Stephen Christian Lang (1913-14, 1916-17 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. New 
York City, May 20, 1884; A.B. Harv. 1917; grad. Bangor 1909 and 
S.T.B. 1918; ord. Union ch. Boston, Apr. 21, 1910 and asst. p. 1909- 
12; p. Washington St. ch. Quincy 1913-18; World War service over- 
seas as Chaplain; First, Somerville 19 19-. 

Address 22 Franklin St., Somerville, Mass. 

Frank Alexander Larson (1913-16 non-grad.) b. Knoxville, 111. Nov. 5, 
1889; A.B. Knox Coll. 1913. Address Knoxville, 111. 

George Henry Lewis (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Montreal, Can. July 9, 1888; 
A.B. Ripon Coll. 1911; A.M. Columbia 1915; S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; 
ord. Brooklyn, N. Y. Apr. 27, 1914; sup. in Plaza, Forman, Havana 
and Cayuga, N. D. 1916-18; asst. prof. Eng. Whitman Coll. 1925-26. 

Address 6131 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Gomer Rhys Lewis (1913-16 non-grad.) b. Ystrad Rhondda, Wales 
Jan. 11, 1885; A.B. Marietta Coll. 1912; ord. W. Tisbury July 28, 

1915 and p. 1915-18; Dudley 1918-20; Westbrook, Conn. 1921-27; 
Third ch. Waterbury from 1927. 

Address 529 Highland Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 

Oscar William Luecke (1913-14 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

James Campbell Manry (1913-15 non-grad.) b. Atlanta, Ga. Sept. 27, 
1893; A.B. Harv. 1913; A.M. 1914; Ph.D. State Univ. Iowa 1925; 
ord. (Bapt.) Sept. 4, 1914; miss'y (Presb.) Allahabad, India and prof. 
Psychology Ewing Christian Coll. from 1915; World War Y.M.C.A. 
Indian army 1918 and asst. chap. Allahabad 1917-19; examiner in 
Allahabad Univ. 1919- 

Address Ewing Christian College, Allahabad, British India. 

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Charles Warren Mesner (1913-14 grad. stu.) b. Pleasant Plain, la. 
Apr. 26, 1879; B.S. Neb. Central Coll. 1909; stu. Presb. Theol. Sem. 
Omaha, Neb.; B.D. Hartford 1912; recorded, Friends, Central City, 
Neb.; p. West Branch, la. 1914-16; Sedley, Va. 1916-17; George- 
town, 111. 1917-19; Fall River, Mass. 1919-25; Lafayette Ave. 
Friends' ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1925-26; (Cong.) E. Canaan, Conn, 
from 1927. Address East Canaan, Conn. 

Garabed Manoug Missirian (1911-15 S.T.B. 1914) b. Aintab, Armenia, 
Jan. 22, 1888; A.B. Central Turkey Coll. 1909; A.M. Harv. 1915; 
S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; miss'y service with Armenians in Lowell 1912- 
15; ord. Boxboro (West Acton) June 28, 1916 and p. 1916-18; instr. 
Assyrian Harv. 1917-18; p. Stanley Memorial, New Britain, Conn, 
and gen. sec. to Armenians 1918-21; p. First Armenian Presb. ch. 
Fresno, Cal. 1921-24; died there Dec. 8, 1924. 

Waldo Noyes (1913-14 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1914; LL.B. 1917. 
Son of William Noyes, class of 1887. 

Address 55 Weston St., Waltham, Mass. 

William Weston Patton (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Chicago, 111. March 15, 
1889; A.B. Amherst 1911; S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; p. No. Falmouth, 
1912-13; ord. Leicester, Oct. 8, 1914 and p. 1914-17; North ch. 
Haverhill 1917-21; Rogers Park, Chicago 1922-. 

Address 6925 N. Ashland Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

Harold Lionel Pickett (1913-14 Harv. D.S. Stu.) b. Delaware, Ohio, 
May 20, 1883; A.B. Tufts 1915; S.T.B. Crane Theol. Sch. 1915; ord. 
(Unit.) Sandwich, June 1, 1909 and p. 1909-10; Boise, Idaho 1910- 
12; Follen ch. Lexington, Mass. 1912-15; Hudson 1915-18; Woburn 
1918-22; Peabody and Bulfinch PI. ch. Boston, 1923-26; Medfield 
andWalpole 1926-. Address Medfield, Mass. 

Evarts Wilson Pond (1913-14 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Plattville, Wis. 
Mar. 18, 1869; A.B. Dartmouth 1891; S.T.B. Yale 1896; ord. New 
Haven, Conn. Apr. 2, 1895; p. Sheffield, Mass. 1896-1902; Stoneham, 
Me. 1902-04; Windsor Locks, Conn. 1904-09; Dover, N. H. 1909-11; 
University, New Orleans, La. 1915; Raymond, N. H. 1915; Orthodox, 
Deerfield, Mass. 1922-27; Nantucket from 1927. 

Address Nantucket, Mass. 

Ora Atwill Price (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Logan, Ohio, Oct. 23, 1885; A.B. 
Marietta Coll. 1911; S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; ord. Breman, Ohio, Sept. 
13, 1913; p. W. Gloucester, Mass. 1914; So. Weymouth 1915-20; 
Y.M.C.A. with A.E.F. France 1918-19; p. Pilgrim, Leominster 
1921-22; Fort Fairfield, Me. 1923; Federated, Ashland, Mass. 1924; 
Jefferson, O. 1925-. Address Jefferson, Ohio. 

Charles Lynn Pyatt (1913-15 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Jacksonville, 111. Feb. 
25, 1886; A.B. Transylvania Univ. 1911; A.M. 1912; B.D. Yale 1913; 
Th.D. Harv. 1916; ord. (Disc.) 1905; p. Gary, Ind. 1916-17; Y.M.C.A. 
in France 1917-19: p. Indianapolis, Ind. 1919-20; prof. O. T. Coll. of 
the Bible 1920-. Address College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky. 

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Lawrence Redfern (1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Great Hucklow, Derby- 
shire, Eng. Dec. 27, 1889; B.A. Victoria Univ. Manchester, Eng. 
1911; M.A. 1912; B.D. 1914; ord. (Unit.) Norwich, Eng. July 1914 
and p. 1914-18; Ullet Road ch. Liverpool 1918- 

Address Ullet Rd., Sefton Park, Liverpool, Eng. 

John Lawrence Seaton (1913-14 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Manchester, la. 
Jan. 25, 1873; A.B. Upper Iowa Univ. 1898; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 
1901; Ph.D. 1904; LL.D. W. Va. Wesleyan 1924; ord. (Meth.) Cedar 
Rapids, la. 1902; p. Dubuque, 1901-04; prof. Dakota Wesleyan 
Univ. 1904-14; pres. Coll. of the Pacific 1914-19; educ. director, Bd. 
of Educ. M.E. ch. 1919-24; pres. Albion Coll. 1924-. 

Address Albion, Mich. 

Harry Andrew Shuder (Schuder) (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Dayton, Ohio, 
July 3, 1883; A.B. Drury Coll. 1911; S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; ord. 
Duxbury 1911 and p. 1911-14; First ch. Elkhorn, Wis. 1914-17; 
Gallup, N.M. 1917-18; World War service as chap. U. S. army 1918; 
Federal bd. vocational training 1918-19; Interchurch World Move- 
ment 1919; research for Federal Council 1924; director Community 
Chest, Jacksonville, Fla. 1926; state supervisor iEtna Life Ins. Co. 
1926-. Address 3674 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Claris Edwin Silcox (1912-14 S.T.B.) b. Embro, Ont. Aug. 14, 1888. 
A.B. Univ. of Toronto 1909; A.M. Brown 1912; minister's asst. Cen- 
tral ch. Boston 1912-13; ord. United ch. Newport, R.I. June 17, 1914 
and p. 1914-20; Fairfield, Conn. 1920-21; Forest Hills, Queens, New 
York, N. Y. 1923-24. 

Address 129 E. 52nd St., New York, N. Y. 

Lloyd Jethro Bartlett Taber (1913-14 non-grad.) b. Riceville, la. July 8, 
1888; A.B. Drury Coll. 1913; B.D. Hartford 1916; ord. First, Pitts- 
field, Nov. 14, 1916 and director rel. educ. 1916-20; do. First M. E. 
ch. Oakland, Cal. 1921-25; do. Santa Monica 1925- 

Address 1051 6th St., Santa Monica, Cal. 

George William Hill Troop (1913-14 Harv. D. S. stu.) b. Halifax, N. S. 
Feb. 19, 1881; A.B. McGill Univ. 1903; A.M. Harv. 1917; ord. 
(Epis.) 1905;curate St. Paul's, Halifax;St. John's, Georgetown, D.C.; 
min. (Unit.) Ottawa, Ont. 1910-12; Roslindale, Mass. 1912-14; 
English army 1916-19; High St. Chapel, Warwick, Eng. 1919-21; 
Moss Side Unit. ch. Manchester 1922-25. 

Address 74 Oakland Rd., Halifax, N. S., Canada. 

Thomas Penn Ullom (1913-14 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Antioch, Ohio, Aug. 
7, 1867;A.B.BethanyColl.;A.M.Yalel909;S.T.B. 1911; ord. (Disc.) 
Antioch, Ohio, 1897; gen. evangelist 1914-17, 1920-25; p. (Presb.) 
First ch. Worthington, Ohio, from 1925. 

Address Worthington, Ohio. 

William Henry James Willby (1913-14 non-grad.) b. Springfield, Mo. 
Sept. 1, 1888; A.B. Drury Coll. 1913; B.D. Oberlin 1916; asst. p. 

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Liberty, Neb. 1916-17; ord. Kearney, Neb. June 12, 1917 and p. 
1917-18; World War Service as Chap. (1st. Lieut.) U. S. Army from 
Aug. 16, 1918; died at sea en route to A.E.F. Oct. 14, 1918. 

James Altonyer Wright (1911-14 S.T.B.) b. Baltimore, Md. Nov. 9, 
1885; A.B. Howard Univ. 1911; S.T.B. also Harv. 1914; ord. (Bapt.) 
Baltimore, Sept. 26, 1912; p. Zion (Cong.) ch. Haverhill, Mass. 1913- 
1916; Talcott St. ch. Hartford, Conn. 1916-; D.D. Livingstone 
Coll. 1922. Address 25 Brook St., Hartford, Conn. 

Keiki Yabuki (1913-14 Harv. Coll. stu.) Address not known. 



1915 

Mandeville James Barker, Jr. (1914-16 Epis. T. S. stu.) b. Rochester, 
N. Y. Apr. 13, 1884; A.B. Hobart Coll. 1913; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 
1916; asst. min. St. Peter's ch. Uniontown, Pa. 1916-18; Y.M.C.A. 
service France 1918. Address 622 E. 62nd St., Chicago, 111. 

Frank Peer Beal (1912-15 S.T.B.) b. Rochester, N. Y. Nov. 24, 1883; 
B.S. Occidental Coll. 1907; Y.M.C.A. China to 1912; ord. Hillsboro, 
N. H. May 26, 1916 and p. 1916-20; World War service with Y.M.C.A. 
Italy and as army chap. France and Germany 1917-19; exec. sec. 
Community Councils of N. Y. City, Inc. 

Address 1118 54th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Paul Beecher Blanshard (1914-15 non-grad.) b. Fredericksburg, Ohio, 
Aug. 27, 1892; A.B. Univ. of Mich. 1914. 

Holland Field Burr (1914-16 non-grad.) b. Riverside, Cal. June 2, 1892; 
A. B. Pomona Coll. 1914; stu. Union Theol. Sem. 1916-17; ord. 
Hawthorne, Cal. June 21, 1917 and p. 1917-19; director rel. educ. 
First ch. Los Angeles 1919-23; p. So. Pasadena 1924- 

Address 1815 Camden Ave., South Pasadena, Cal. 

Douglas Hilary Corley (1913-15 S.T.B. and grad. stu. 1915-16) b. Lon- 
don, Eng. Jan. 11, 1882; A.B. Bates 1913; S.T.B. also Harv. 1915; 
A.M. and S.T.M. 1917; Th.D. 1919; ord. Bucksport, Me. Apr. 1913. 
p. No. Falmouth, Mass. 1913-14; Ipswich 1914-15; sup. Lee, N. H. 
1915; p. West Gloucester, Mass. and tutor Greek, And. T.S. 1915- 
16; p. Shirley 1916-18; act. p. Park and Downs, Wollaston 1918-19; 
lecturer Ethics and Bible, Syrian Prot. Coll. 1919-22; prof. Religion 
and 0. T. Vanderbilt Univ. 1922-. 

Address 2 Margaret Apts., Nashville, Tenn. 

George Irving Cross (1914-15 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1909 (15) ; 
in military service. Address 17 Beeching St., Worcester, Mass. 

Merrill Stanton Gaunt (1914-16 non-grad.) b. Chepalchet, R. I. July 
12, 1891; A.B. Amherst 1914; died in France while engaged in World 
War service as ambulance driver in French army, April 3, 1916. 

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William Creighton Graham (1914-15 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. St. Marys, 
Ont. Sept. 22, 1887; A.B. Toronto 1912; A.M. 1913; S.T.B. Victoria 
Coll. Toronto 1914; S.T.M. Harv. 1915; D.D. Wesleyan Theol. Coll. 
1922; Ph.D. Univ. Chicago 1926; World War service with Canadian 
troops; prof. O.T. Wesleyan Theol. Coll. Montreal, Can. 1915-26; 
assoc. prof. O. T. Univ. of Chicago from 1926; author The Meaning of 
the Cross 1923. Address Chicago Univ., Chicago, 111. 

Herbert Lansdowne Johnson (1914-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Chelsea, Ont. 
Can. Dec. 8, 1888; A.B. McGill Univ. 1912; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 
1916; A.M. Harv. 1917; curate, asst., assoc. r. St. Stephen's ch. 
Lynn 1916-21; dean Trinity Cath. Phoenix, Ariz. 1922-25; dean St. 
Paul's Cath. Detroit, Mich. 1926-. 

Address 63 E. Hancock Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Habib Ibrahim Katibah (1914-15, 1916-18 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Yabrud, 
Syria, Feb. 2, 1892; A.B. Am. Univ. of Beirut 1912; S.T.B. Harv. 
1917; S.T.M. 1918; journalist; author Patriotic Sermonettes (Arabic); 
The Case against Zionism. 

Address 121 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Justin Mann (1914-15 spec, stu.) b. Stoughton, Aug. 16, 1853. 
LL.B. Columbia 1875; occas'l preaching; lit. work. 

Address 344 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Harvey Clifford Merrill (1914-15 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. West Falmouth, 
Me. July 14, 1873; S.T.B. Meadville Theol. Sch. 1910; ord. (Unit.) 
Whitman 1911 and p. 1911-16; Harvard 1916-20. 

Address 9 Willow St., Arlington, Mass. 

Arthur Wilford Nagler (Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 2, 
1882; A.B. German Wallace Coll. 1903; A.M. 1905; S.T.B. Garrett 
Bibl. Inst. 1910; S.T.M. Harv. 1913; Th.D. 1915; D.D. Baldwin- 
Wallace Coll. 1921; asst. prof. Church Hist. Garrett 1916- Author 
Pietism and Methodism 1918. 

Address 2102 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Arthur Franklin Newell (1914-16 non-grad.) b. Roxbury, Dec. 19, 1885; 
A.B. Brown Univ. 1912. Address 263 Benefit St., Providence, R. I. 

Julian Ruffin Pennington (1914-15 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Wilson, N. C. 
Aug. 24, 1885; ord. (Unit.) Norfolk, Va. 1912 and p. 1912-13; Lynch- 
burg, 1913-14; Westford, Mass. 1914-15; Charlestown, W. Va. 
1916-18. Address (1923) Little Rock, Ark. 

James Walter Reynolds (1914-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Cullands, Va. 
Sept. 29, 1875; A.B. Hiram Coll. 1904; A.M. 1905; S.T.B. Harv. 
1917; p. First Christian Ch. Omaha, Neb. 1918-19; Gennings Me^ 
morial ch. Omaha 1920-21; Colonial Place Christian ch. Richmond, 
Va. 1923-. 

Address 4918 Grove Ave., Stonewall Court, Richmond, Va. 

Charles Herbert Ricker (1914-16 Epis. T. S. stu.) b. Providence, R. I. 
Sept. 10, 1890; A. B. Brown 1913; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1916; asst. 

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Grace ch. Providence, R. I. 1916-17; asst. min. St. George's ch. New 
York, N. Y. 1917-18; r. Christ ch. Manhasset, Long Island from 
1918. Address Manhasset, N. Y. 

Lewis Welton Sanford (1914-15 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Summerville, N. S. 
May 24, 1879; grad. Crozer Theol. Sem. 1909; ord. (Bapt.) Lincoln, 
Vt. 1909 and p. 1909-12; Passumpsic 1912-14; (Unit.) Ayer, Mass. 
1914-15; Walpole, N. H. 1915-22; chap. U. S. Army 1918-19; p. 
Community ch. Enfield, N. H. 1922-24; Marshfield Hills and Grace 
chapel, Green Harbor, Mass. from 1925. 

Address Green Harbor, Mass. 

James Chute Simpson (1914-16 non-grad.) b. Boston, Jan. 7, 1884; 
Ph.B. Brown 1910; grad. Union Theol. Sem. 1917; ord. Broadway 
Tabernacle, N. Y. City, May 1917; p. Goffstown, N. H. 1917-18; 
Worcester, Mass. 1919; Pilgrim, Schenectady, N. Y. 1923-. 

Address 6 Linden St., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Luther Thomas Smith (1914-17 non-grad.) b. Greensboro, Vt. Jan. 
23, 1887; A.B. Univ. of Vt. 1910; teacher Asheville School for boys 
1917-18; Stone School, Cornwall on the Hudson 1920; Bordentown, 
Military Inst. 1923; Peddie School 1925; Rivers School, Brookline, 
Mass. 1926-. Address 51 Lemington Rd., Brighton, Mass. 

Johannes Sorensen (1914-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Holmsland, Denmark, 
Oct. 14, 1879; A.B. Northwestern Univ. 1910; grad. Western Theol. 
Sem. Kan. 1908; A.M. Harv. 1917; Sognepraest. 

Address Hee-Ne Pastorat, Hee Station, Denmark. 

Thomas Street (1913-15 S.T.B.) b. Manchester, Eng. Apr. 21, 1884; 
A.B. Mt. Allison Univ. N. B. 1913; ord. (Meth.) New Glasgow, N. S. 
June, 1913; p. (Cong.) Ashland, Mass. 1913-16; So. Sudbury 1916- 
17; World War work with Y.M.C.A. in France 1917-19; Union ch. 
Winthrop 1920-23; Pilgrim, Detroit, Mich. 1924-27; sup. So. 
Sudbury, Mass. 1927. Address So. Sudbury, Mass. 

Bunji Uraguchi (1914-15 grad. stu. Doshisha Fellow) b. Sanda, Hyogo, 
Japan, Feb. 13, 1872; grad. Doshisha 1890; A.M. Harv. 1915; prof. 
Eng. Doshisha 1915-18; Tokyo Univ. of Commerce from 1918. 

Address 1130 Araijuku, Omori, Tokyo, Japan. 

Sireno Carl Weist (1911-15 S.T.B.) b. Basil, Ohio, Feb. 16, 1886; A.B. 
Ohio Wesleyan 1911; S.T.B. also Harv. 1915; asso. p. Trinity ch. 
Gloucester 1911-15; ord. Pilgrim ch. Cleveland, Ohio, July 15, 1915 
and asso. p. 1915-17; World War work as Y.M.C.A. sec. Russia 
1917-18 and chap. (1st Lieut.) U. S. Army 1918; p. First ch. Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 1919-. 

Address First Cong. Ch., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Leavitt Olds Wright (1914-15 non-grad.) b. Ciudad, Ju&rez, Chihuahua, 
Mex. Nov. 21, 1891; A.B. Harv. 1914; B.D. Union Theol. Sem. 1917; 
A.M. Univ. Cal. 1925; ord. June 15, 1917; p. abroad of Goodwill ch. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 1917-21; instr. Romance Langs. Pomona Coll. 1917— 

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18; director, Colegio International, Guadalajara, Mex. 1918-21; 
asst. to pres. Pomona Coll. 1921-23; asst. prof. Romance Langs. 
Univ. of Oregon 1926-. Address Univ. of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 

1916 

Walter Learned Beckwith (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New London, 
Conn. Apr. 4, 1890; A.B. Clark Coll. 1913; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1916; 
curate St. Paul's ch. Stockbridge, Chapel of the Good Shepherd, 
South Lee 1916-18; vicar Grace ch. Dalton, 1919-. 

Address Dalton, Mass. 

William Arthur Berridge (1915-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Lynn, Apr. 13, 
1893; A.B. Harv. 1914; A.M. 1919; Ph.D. 1922; Lt., Capt., Major, 
Coast Artillery, U. S. Army 1917-19; tutor and inst. Harv. 1915-17, 
21-22; asst. and prof. Econ. Brown 1922-. 

Address Brown Univ., Providence, R. I. 

Thomas Bruce Bitler (1915-16 S.T.B.) b. Harrison, Ohio, June, 1889; 
grad. Bangor 1913; A.B. Bowdoin 1915; ord. Strong, Me. Oct. 24, 
1913 and p. New Vineyard and Strong 1913-15; sup. Rutland, Mass. 
1915-16; p. Hamilton 1916-19; No. Weymouth 1919-23; Prospect 
Hill ch. Somerville, 1923-. 

Address 131 Summer St., Somerville, Mass. 

Warren Newton Bixby (1915-16 Epis. T. S. stu.) b. Norwich, N. Y. 
Dec. 31, 1890; A.B. Harv. 1912; B.D. Epis. T. S. 1916; min. Church of 
our Saviour, Arlington 19 17-. 

Address 38 Marathon St., Arlington, Mass. 

Joseph Gordon Carey (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Saratoga Springs, 
N.Y. Mar. 14, 1890; A.B. Harv. 1913; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1916; asst. 
St. Thomas ch. New Haven, Conn. 1917-19; r. Church of our Saviour, 
Middleboro, Mass. 1919-21; Roslindale 1921-. 

Address 46 Albano St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Stephen Cutter Clark (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Pasadena, Cal. Aug. 
6, 1892; A.B. Univ. Cal. 1914; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; min. St. Luke's 
ch. Park City, Utah 1917; r. St. Paul's ch. Pomona, Cal. 1918-27; 
St. Mark's ch. Pasadena 1927-. 

Address 1466 Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

Paul Nicholas Crusius (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Farina, 111. Nov. 
18, 1885; A.B. Harv. 1909 (10); A.M. 1916; ord. (Germ. Evang. 
Synod) Buffalo, N. Y. June 17, 1917; p. Downers Grove, 111. 1917-19; 
princ. Elmhurst (111.) Acad. 1919- 

Address Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, 111. 

Wolcott Cutler (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Roxbury, Mar. 21, 1891; 
A.B. Harv. 1913; ord. deacon (Epis.) 1916; priest 1917; curate, 
Church of Nativity, Bethlehem, Pa. 1916-17; All Saints Memorial ch. 
Providence, R. I. 1918; Calvary ch. N. Y. City 1918-24; r. St. John's 
ch. Charlestown, Mass. 1924-. 

Address 41 Monument Sq., Charlestown, Mass. 

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John Warren Day (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. East Boston, Mar. 16, 

1888; A.B. St. Stephen's Coll. 1913; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1916; chap. 

A.E.F. in World War; min. Nowata and Claremore, Okla. 1916-21; 

Sapulpa 1921-23; dean St. Paul's Cathedral, Oklahoma City 1924-. 

Address 1125 E. 13th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Benjamin Crane De Camp, Jr. (1915-16 Epis. T. S. stu.) b. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Aug. 11, 1892; stu. Univ. of Cincinnati; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; 
min. St. John's ch. Silverton, Col. 1917-18; asst. St. James's ch. 
Meeker 1918-19; curate Bethesda ch. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 1919— 
20; asst. St. Paul's ch. Flatbush, Brooklyn 1920-21; r. Church of the 
Ascension, Bloomfield, N. J. 1921-23; St. Philip's ch. Northside, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 1923-. 

Address St. Philip's Church, Northside, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Angus Dun (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New York, N. Y. May 4, 1892; 
A.B. Yale 1914; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; vicar of St. Andrew's, Ayer 
1917-19; instr. and asst. prof. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1920-. 

Address 2 St. John's Rd., Cambridge, Mass. 

Willis Caldwell Furr (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. McKinney, Tex. 
Dec. 24, 1892; A.B. East Texas Normal Coll. 1914; A.M. Univ. No. 
Car. 1915. 

Thomas Morgan Griffiths (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Braidwood, 
111. Apr. 6, 1888; A.B. William Jewell Coll. 1912; A.M. 1913; B.D. 
Rochester Theol. Sem. 1916 and Fellow 1923-25; ord. (Bapt.) 
Dawn, Mo. 1908; p. Hebron, Me. 1916-18; Camden 1918-23; asst. 
prof. History, Colby Coll. from 1926. 

Address Silver St., Waterville, Me. 

Max Hunter Harrison (1913-16 S.T.B.; 1916-17 gr. stu.) b. Victoria, 
111. Dec. 24, 1893; A.B. Knox Coll. 1913; S.T.B. also Harv. 1916; 
S.T.M. 1918; ord. West Newbury, June 21, 1918; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
teacher Jaffna Coll. Vaddukoddaj, Ceylon 1918-26; acting principal 
1923-24; miss'y fellow Union Theol. Sem. 1926-28. 

Address 99 Claremont Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Charles Alfred Hatch (1914-16 S.T.B.) b. St. Albans, Vt. Mar. 8, 
1886; A.B. Bowdoin 1913; grad. Bangor 1913; ord. Sandy Pt., Me. 
June 7, 1912; p. Richmond 1912-13; Manchester, Mass. 1913-16; 
Eden, Vt. 1917; teacher Brewster Acad. 

Address Brewster Acad., Wolfeboro, N. H. 

Albert Edward Hetherington (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Smith Falls, 
Ont. June 1, 1867; A.B. Manitoba Univ. 1893; S.T.B. Victoria Coll. 
Toronto 1898; S.T.M. Harv. 1917; D.D. Wesley Coll. Winnipeg 
1925; ord. (Meth.) Winnipeg, June 5, 1898; pastorates in Brit. 
Columbia 1898-1907; in faculty Columbia Meth. Coll. 1907-15; 
prof. rel. educ. Wesley Coll. Winnipeg 1919—. 

Address 105 Evanston St., Winnipeg, Man., Canada. 



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Charles Conrad Garfield Howell (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Barbados, 
B.W.I. July 6, 1889; A.B. Durham Univ. Eng. 1912; B.D. Epis. 
T. S. 1917; min. St. Barnabas ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1918-25. 

Address 110 East 153d St., Jamaica, N. Y. 

Michael Paul St. Agnan Huntington (1915-17 Epis. T.S. stu. and Harv. 
T.S. stu.) b. Maiden, Aug. 26, 1882; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1918; ord. 
(Epis.) May 17, 1917; asst. St. Paul's Cath. Boston 1918-21; miss'y 
All Saints ch. Norton, Va. 1921-25; priest-in-charge St. Mark's ch. 
Millsboro, Del. 1925-. Address Millsboro, Del. 

Nobuichiro Imaoka (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Idzumo, Japan, Sept. 
16, 1881; grad. Univ. of Tokyo 1906; minister. 

Address 30 Oiwaki, Hongo, Tokyo, Japan. 

Bernard Nathaniel Lovgren (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Red Wing, 
Minn. Oct. 23, 1892; A.B. Univ. Minn. 1914; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; 
min. St. Gabriel's ch. Marion 1917-19; curate St. John's Evang. 
St. Paul, Minn. 1919-21; r. St. John's ch. Norman, Okla. 1921-27; 
St. Philip's ch. Joplin, Mo. 1927-. 

Address 115 Sergeant Ave., Joplin, Mo. 

Everett Alonzo McGarey (1915-17 non-grad.) A.B. Geneva Coll. 1907; 
in business. Address Beaver Falls, Pa. 

John George McKay (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Little Branch, N. B. 
Jan. 15, 1886; A.B. Acadia Univ. 1915; sec. Y.M.C.A. overseas 1916- 
19; sec. Y.M.C.A. McGill Univ. from 1920; died in Montreal, Feb. 
1923. 

Paul Crerar McPherson (1915-16 non-grad.) b. Chicago, 111. Jan. 15, 
1893; A.B. Princeton 1914; in business from 1917. 

129 Euclid Ave., Glencoe, 111. 

Paul Griswold Macy (1915-16 grad. stu.) b. St. Paul, Minn. Aug. 24, 
1888; A.B. Yale 1911; B.D. Hartford Theol. Sem. 1914; ord. First, 
Ipswich, June 17, 1914 and p. 1914-17; Eliot, Roxbury 1917-20; 
Hyde Park, Chicago, 111. 1921-24; Washington, Toledo, Ohio 1924-. 

Address 916 W. Woodruff St., Toledo, Ohio. 

Rollin Douglas Malany (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Delavan, Wis. 
Dec. 19, 1892; A.B. Yale 1914; B.D. Epis. T. S. 1917; min. Greenville, 
S. C. 1917-19; Southern Mt. Desert Mission, Southwest Harbor, 
Me. 1919-21; miss'y Spokane, Wash. 1921-22; vicar Christ ch. Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 1922-23; assoc. r. Christ ch. Detroit, Mich. 1923-26; 
Trinity, Alpena, Mich. 1926-. Address Aplena, Mich. 

George Manifold (1915-16 Harv. D. S. stu.) b. Rocester, Staffordshire, 
Eng. Sept. 3, 1868; A.B. Transylvania Univ. 1900; A.M. 1915; S. T. B." 
Harv. 1917; prof. Homiletics, Supt. of Bible Extension dept. Bethany 
Coll. 1919; pastorates 1919-24; prof. Ancient Langs. Culver-Stockton 
Coll. 1924-. Address Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Mo. 

Lindley Hoffman Miller (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New York, N. Y. 
Oct. 27, 1892; A.B. Harv. 1914; B.D. Epis. T. S. 1917; asst. St. John's 

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ch. Rosebank, Staten Island 1917-19; miss'y Spokane, Wash. 1919- 
24; r. St. Mark's ch. Hood River, Ore. 1924-26; St. Clement's ch. 
Berkeley, Cal. 1926-. Address 28 Plaza Drive, Berkeley, Cal. 

John Shapleigh Moses (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oct. 23, 1891; A.B. Trinity Coll. 1914; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; asst. 
Cath. ch. St. Paul, Boston 1917-18; Trinity, Boston 1918-22; r. St. 
John's ch. Georgetown, D. C. 1922-24; Church of the Redeemer, 
Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1924- 

Address 381 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Arnot Stanley Orton (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Guelph, Ont. Feb. 9, 
1889; A.B. Univ. of Toronto 1910; A.M. 1911; S.T.B. Knox Coll. 
Ont. 1914; S.T.M. Harv. 1916; ord. (Ch. of Eng.) St. Andrew's ch. 
Chatham, Ont. 1917 and min. 1917-27; prof. O.T. St. Andrew's Coll. 
United ch. of Canada 1927-. 

Address St. Andrew's College, Saskatoon, Sask., Canada. 

Don Ivan Patch (1913-16, 1920-21, S.T.B. 1916; 1925-26 Harv. T.S. 
stu.) b. Farmington, N. H. Dec. 30, 1884; grad. Bangor 1908 and 
B.D. 1912; A.B. Harv. 1911; p. Newington, Me. 1908-11; ord. Union 
ch. Seekonk, Mass. Nov. 1911 and p. 1911-13; Second ch. No. Beverly 
1913-18; World War service in France 1918-19; p. Arlington 1920- 
26; assoc. p. First, Washington, D. C. 1926-27; p. Westfield, N.J. 
1927-. Address Westfield, N. J. 

Arthur Cochrane Peabody (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Kansas City, 
Mo. Jan. 26, 1891; A.B. Univ. Wis. 1913; S.T.B. Epis. T. S. 1916; 
min. in churches in Wash. 1916-19; r. St. Paul's ch. Windsor, Vt. 
1919-21; St. James's ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1921-24; St. Paul's 
ch. Newburyport 1924-. 

Address 266 High St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Leon Sherman Pratt (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Dalton, Aug. 29, 1887; 
A.B. Williams 1910; in business. 

Address 53 Church St., Fairhaven, Mass. 

Nelson Allen Price (1915-16 S.T.B.) b. La Grangeville, N. Y. Feb. 22, 
1889; A.B. Syracuse Univ. 1912; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1915; Miss'y 
(Meth.) in Rangoon, Burma; p. Dickinson, N. D. 1924-. 

Address Dickinson, N. D. 

William Wesley Ridgeway (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) Ph.B. St. Stephen's 
CoU. 1914; min. Eastport, Me. 1917; Royal Oak, Mich. 1918-19; 
curate St. Paul's Cath. Erie, Pa. 1920-22; r. Niles, Ohio from 1922. 

Address Niles, Ohio. 

Douglas Le Tell Rights (Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Sept. 11, 1891; A.B. Univ. of N. C. 1913; B. D. Moravian Coll. and 
Theol. Sem. 1915; S.T.B. Harv. 1916; p. First Moravian ch. Greens- 
boro, N. C. 1916-18; Trinity, Winston-Salem 1919-. 

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George Benjamin Roberts (1913-16 S.T.B.) b. Wayne, Pa. Mar. 23, 
1891; A.B. Harv. 1913; ord. Ashburnham, Oct. 11, 1916 and p. 1914- 
19; Union (undenom.) ch. Proctor, Vt. 19 19-. 

Address Proctor, Vt. 

Herbert Duncan Rollason (1913-16 S.T.B.) b. Saffron Walden, Essex, 
Eng. Jan. 1, 1886; A.B. Brown 1913; ord. Hanover, Conn. June 7, 
1916 and p. 1916-20; Third ch. Middletown, Conn. 1921- 

Address 60 Crescent St., Middletown, Conn. 

Winfield Harding Roope (1915-16 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1916. 

Address 5 Birch Hill Rd., Newtonville, Mass. 

Irving Granville Rouillard (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Maiden (Maple- 
wood) July 9, 1889; A.B. Harv. 1912; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; asst. and 
later rector, Bethesda ch. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 1917—. 

Address 23 Washington St., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

George Ernest Russell (1913-16 S.T.B.) b. Cambridge, Mar. 26, 1884; 
A.B. Lawrence Coll. 1913; ord. Upton, Sept. 25, 1916 and p. 1916- 
17; chap. Fishermen's Institute. 

Address 47 Summer St., Gloucester, Mass. 

Paul Eugene Shannon (1912-15 S.T.B. 1916) b. Red Wing, Minn. 
Sept. 28, 1887; Ph.B. Hamline Univ. 1908; A.M. 1911; p. (Meth.) 
North Dana 1915-16; Walnut Grove, Minn. 1916-19; Gordonsville 
1919-20; Hastings 1920-24; Pine Island 1924-. 

Address Pine Island, Minn. 

Alfred Wheeler Stone (1914-16 S.T.B.) b. Camden, Me. Apr. 24, 1887; 
A.B. Bowdoin 1910; grad. Bangor 1914; asst. min. Eliot ch. Newton 
1913-16; ord. Union ch. West Concord, June 22, 1917 and p. from 
1916. Address Concord Jet., Mass. 

Roger Eddy Treat (1913-16 S.T.B.) b. Chelsea, Nov. 10, 1891; A.B. 
Harv. 1913; ord. First ch. E. Windsor, Conn. Dec. 7, 1916 and p. 
1916-21; Salisbury 1921-26. 

Address 19206 Lancashire Rd., Detroit, Mich. 

Wilson Ezra Vandermark (1915-16 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Dorrance, Pa. 
Nov. 20, 1865; A.B. Boston Univ. 1899; S.T.B. 1900; p. St. James 
(Meth.) Springfield 1905; Woburn 1907; Chelsea 1908-09; Medford 
1910-12; Harvard St. Cambridge 1913-18; various offices on Boards 
of Meth. ch. Address 5 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Leslie Frederick Wallace (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Lawrence, Aug. 6, 
1892; A.B. Trinity Coll. 1914; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; curate St. 
Thomas ch. Taunton 1917-19; vicar St. Andrew's, Ayer 1919-24; 
asst. min. All Saints memorial ch. Providence, R. I. 1924-25; asst! 
Ch. of the Epiphany, Dorchester, Mass. 1925-. 

Address 64 Thetford Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

Gordon Boit Wellman (1913-16 S.T.B.; 1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. 
Maiden, Mar. 1, 1887; A.B. Harv. 1910; S.T.M. 1917; Th.D. 1919; 

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lect. and asst. prof. Bibl. History, Wellesley Coll. from 1919; grand- 
son of Joshua Wellman, class of 1850. 

Address 17 Midland Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 

Arthur Sheridan Westneat (1915-16 grad. stu.) b. Melbourne, Australia, 
May 14, 1885; A.B. Georgetown Coll. 1911; A.M. 1912; B.D. Newton 
Theol. Inst. 1915; p. Prahran (Bapt.) ch. Melbourne 1905-06; ord. 
(Bapt.) May 1908; p. Bapt. Tabernacle Lexington, Ky. 1907-10; 
stu. p. Salem and Dan vers, Mass. 1911-15; p. First ch. Hudson, N. H. 
1916-18; Worcester 1919-20; Westwood, N. J. 1921- 

Address Westwood, N. J. 

Benjamin Webb Wheeler (1915-16 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Ithaca, N. Y. 
Nov. 17, 1893; A.B. Univ. Cal. 1915; A.M. Harv. 1916; inst. Hist. 
Univ. Mich., on leave 1926-27. 

Address 545 Thompson St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Ross Everett Wood (1915-16 spec, stu.) b. Kidwell, W. Va. Oct. 29, 1886; 
B.L. Bethany Coll. 1908; A.M. Eastern Coll. 1909; ord. (Christian) 
Ravenswood, W. Va. Sept. 12, 1909; p. First ch. Hudson, Ohio 1910; 
First ch. Homestead, Pa. 1911; head Eng. and music depts. high 
sch. Eureka, Cal. 1912-13; prof, of Eng. and music high sch. Sacra- 
mento 1915; t. Ravenswood. Address Ravenswood, W. Va. 

Sadajiro Yanagihara (1915-16 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Sakai, Osakafu, Japan, 
June 26, 1886; Kyoto Imperial Univ. 1910: B.D. Epis. T.S. 1917; 
p. St. John's ch. Osaka, Japan 1917—. 

Address St. John's Rectory, Minamishia-machi, Higashiku, Osaka, 
Japan. 

1917 

William Aitchison (1916-17 S.T.B.) b. Glasgow, Scotland, June 24, 
1883; grad. Bangor 1914; A.B. Bowdoin 1915; ord. Freeport, Me. 
July 1, 1914 and p. 1914-16; Rutland, Mass. 1916-18; Amherst, 
N. H. 1918-20; Naperville, 111. 1918-20; Blue Island 1923-. 

Address 219 York St., Blue Island, 111. 

Edwin Percy Baker (1916-17 non-grad.) b. near Richmond, Va. Aug. 
29, 1889; Univ. of Va. 1915; Crozer Theol. Sem. 1916; ord. 1917; p. 
Argyle, Minn. 1919-21; Fargo, N. D. 1922-23. 

Address Kimmerer, Wyo. 

John J Banninga (1916-17 grad. stu.) b. Muskegon, Mich. Dec. 9, 1875; 
A.B. Hope Coll. 1898; A.M. 1901; D.D. 1917; stu. Western Theol. 
Sem. Ref. Ch. in Amer. 1898-1901; ord. (Ref. Ch. in Amer.) Holland, 
Mich. Sept. 10, 1901; Cong, since 1908; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura 
from 1901; princ. Union Theol. Sem. Pasumalai 1914-; World War 
service as Y.M.C.A. sec. Mesopotamia 1919. 

Address Pasumalai, Madura Dist., S. India. 

Abner Carroll Binder (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Mechanicsburg, Pa. 
Feb. 20, 1896; A.B. Harv. 1916; Am. Red Cross service overseas 1917- 
19; journalism. Address 837 Forest Ave., Highland Park, 111. 

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John Bancroft Bisbee (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Philadelphia, Pa. 
June 10, 1892; A.B. Tufts Coll. 1916; dentist. 

Address Dedham Sq., Dedham, Mass. 

Floyd Henson Black (1914-15, 1916-19 S.T.B. in 1917) b. Bridgeport, 
111. Feb. 2, 1888; A.B. Carson-Newman Coll. 1911; Southern (Bapt.) 
Sem. Louisville 1915-16; S.T.M. Harv. 1919; ord. Eliot ch. Roxbury, 
May 22, 1917; teacher Robert Coll. 1911-14, 1919-26; pres. Amer. 
Schools in Sofia 1926-. Address Sofia, Bulgaria. 

Edward Milton Addison Bleakney (1916-17 Newton T.I. stu.) b. 
Salisbury, N. B. July 20, 1890; A.B. Acadia Univ. 1913; S.T.B. New- 
ton Theol. Inst. 1915; S.T.M. 1921; p. First Bapt. ch. Stoneham 
1915-19; Hyde Park 1919-22; Tabernacle ch. Utica, N. Y. 1922- 

Address 19 Faxton St., Utica, N. Y. 

Walter Carl Brauer (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. St. Louis, Mo. July 14, 
1892; A.B. St. Paul's Coll. 1912; grad. Concordia Theol. Sem. 1916; 
ord. (Ev. Luth.) St. Peter's Lutheran ch. St. Joseph, Mo. Aug. 28, 
1917 and p. 1917-25; Trinity Lutheran ch. Evansville, Ind. 1925-. 

Address 115 E. Illinois St., Evansville, Ind. 

Robert Campbell. Jr. (1916-17 S.T.B.) b. Boston, Nov. 22, 1887; 
A.B. Bowdoin 1916; grad. Bangor 1914 and B. D. 1918; p. No. Deer- 
ing, Me. 1915-16; ord. Warren, Mass. June 27, 1917 and p. 1917; 
World War service with Y.M.C.A. in France, and chap. 1918-19; 
p. Swampscott 1921-. 

Address 65 Thomas Rd., Swampscott, Mass. 

Harry Cartlidge (1915-17 S.T.B.) b. Hanley, Eng. April 10, 1886; A.B. 
Mt. Allison Univ. 1915; ord. (Meth.) Sydney, N. S. June 1915; stu. p. 
Ipswich 1915-17; a. p. Worcester 1918; Y.M.C.A. work Camp Devens 
and in France with French and Czecho-Slovaks during World War; 
publicity worker. Address 897 California St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Robert Pierce Casey (1916-17 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Dorchester, Dec. 8, 
1897; A.B. Harv. 1919 (18); S.T.B. 1922; Baldwin Fellow, Dept. of 
Classics, Univ. Cine. 1925-. 

Address Univ. of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Raymond Andrews Chapman (1916-17 S.T.B.) b. Bethel, Me. Oct. 10, 
1887; grad. Bangor 1913; A.B. Dartmouth 1916; ord. Sharon, Vt. 
July 22, 1913 and p. 1913-16; asst. min. Hyde Park, Mass. 1917-18; 
chap, and t. Eng. Ashville Sch. 1918—; St. John's (Epis.) ch. 
Kingston, N. Y. 1922; r. St. Stephen's ch. Boston 1923-. 

Address 668 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

George Salem Cooke (formerly Georges Salim Kukkhi) (1916-17 Harv. 
D.S. stu.) b. Alexandria, Egypt, Sept. 6, 1892; A.B. Am. Univ. 
Beirut 1914; S.T.B. Meadville Theol. School 1916; also Harv. 1917; 
A.M. Harv. 1918; ord. (Unit.) Sandwich, Nov. 3, 1918 and p. 1918- 
19; miss'y Brit, and For. and Am. Unit. Associations, Cairo, Egypt 
1919-22; p. Houlton, Me. 1922-25. Address Houlton, Me. 

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John Russell Coombs (1916-18 spec, stu.) b. Charlottetown, P. E. I. 
Aug. 9, 1892; A.B. Columbia 1921; B.D. Yale 1923; World War 
service, A.E.F.; ord. Trinity ch. Lawrence, June 7, 1923; assoc. min. 
Second ch. Waterbury, Conn. 1923-. 

Address 10 Holmes Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 

Ralph Marshall Davis (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Omaha, 111. Apr. 
13, 1886; A.B. Missouri Valley Coll. 1908; S.T.B. San Francisco 
Theol. Sem. 1915; S.T.M. Harv. 1918; ord. (Presb.) Westminster 
ch. San Francisco, Cal. May 7, 1911 and p. 1910-13; Colton 1913-16; 
Fourth ch. Boston, Mass. 1916-19; First, St. Louis, Mo. 1919-21; 
Hyde Park, Chicago, 111. from 1922. 

Address 1448 E. 53d St., Chicago, 111. 

Joseph Tuckerman Day (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Hingham, Apr. 
26, 1891; A.B. Harv. 1912; journalism. 

Address Associated Press, 7 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Donald Hardy Dorchester (1916-17 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Westfield, May 

24, 1895; A.B. Harv. 1917; S.T.B. Yale 1920; ord. (Meth.) 1918; p. 
Federated ch. Southbury, Conn. 1921—. 

Address Southbury, Conn. 

William Gaskin (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Wakefield, Apr. 8, 1887; 
A.B. Tufts 1916; S.T.B. 1913. Address Abingdon, 111. 

Henry Goodwin Ives (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. London, Eng. May 
26, 1872; S.B. Univ. of Pa. 1897; S.T.B. Harv. 1904; ord. (Unit.) 
Andover, N. H. Oct. 1, 1904 and p. 1904-18; Canadian Army 1917- 
19; p. Amherst, Mass. 1919- 

Address 3 East Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. 

Frederick Arthur Keep (1916-17 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

George Duncan Kirkpatrick (1912-14, 16-17 S.T.B.) b. Joliet, 111. Feb. 

25, 1888; A.B. Drury Coll. 1912; ord. (Disc.) July 1912; teacher two 
years Shvanghsien, Shantung; Y.M.C.A. and chap. France 1917-19; 
in business, Boston. Address 29 Dunreath St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Georges Salim Kukkhi (Kukhi) see George Salem Cooke. 

Francis Scott Mackenzie (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Lucknow, Ont. 
Jan. 9, 1884; A.B. McGill Univ. 1914; A.M. 1916; S.T.B. Presb. 
Coll. Montreal 1916; S.T.M. Harv. 1917; Th.D. 1918; ord. (Presb.) 
Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul, Montreal, June 30, 1918 and asst. 
min. 1918-20; Sydney Mines, N. S. 1920-25; Paris, Ont. 1925-27; 
prof. Theol. Presb. Coll. Montreal 1927-. 

Address Presbyterian College, Montreal, Can. 

Shibley Daibes Malouf (1915-17 S.T.B.) b. Shalifa, Baalbeck, Syria, 
Nov. 11, 1888; A.B. Am. Univ. of Beyrut 1909; t. pub. night schs. 
Boston, 1911-15; ord. elder (Meth.); miss'y work for Syrians at 
Morgan Mem'l Boston and t. night sen. from 1918. 

Address 11 Farmer St., Arlington Heights, Mass. 

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Du Bose Murphy (1916-17 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. San Antonio, Tex. July 
21, 1893; A.B. Yale 1915; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1920; asst. min. Church of 
Epiphany, Dorchester 1920-21; miss'y in Miss. 1921-23; r. All Saints 
ch. Austin, Tex. 1923-. Address 209 West 27th St., Austin, Tex. 

Laurance Robbins Plank (1916-17 S.T.B.) b. Sauk Center, Minn. 
July 6, 1891; A.B. Univ. of N. D. 1914; A.M. Columbia Univ. 1916; 
miss'y work Huntington, Ore.; ord. (Unit.) Apr. 1918; World War 
service with Friends Unit A. R. C. France 1918-19; p. First (Unit.) 
ch. Duluth, Minn. 1919-20; Dayton, 0. 1921-25; Rochester, N.Y. 
1925-. Address 485 Rockingham St., Rochester, N. Y. 

John Clark Reilly (1915-17 S.T.B.) b. Toronto, Can. Sept. 10, 1881; 
A.B. McGill Univ. 1910; stu. Wesleyan Theol. Coll. Montreal two 
years; p. Pittsburg Circuit, Montreal Conf. 1903-04; t. Stanstead 
Coll. Que. 1906-07 and 1910; asst. St. James (Meth.) ch. Montreal 
1911-13; ord. (Meth.) June 1912; p. Calumet and Grenville Circuit, 
Montreal Conf. 1913-15; World War service overseas 1917-19; in 
business from 1919. 

Address 44 Central Chambers, 46 Elgin St., Ottawa, Ontario. 

Robert Groves Rogers (1916-17 Epis. T.S. stu.) A. B. Haverford Coll. 
1914; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1918; min. Church of Redeemer, Astoria, Long 
Island 1918-19; asst. St. Peter's ch. Uniontown, Pa. 1919-26; r. 
Christ ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1926-. 

Address 306 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sherrill Bronson Smith (1916-17 A.T.S. junior; 1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) 
b. Topeka, Kan. Dec. 31, 1891; A.B. Washburn Coll. 1915; B.D. 
Epis. T.S. 1921; ord. (Epis.) deacon 1920; priest 1921; min. St. 
Thomas ch. Pawhuska, Okla. 1920-23; asst. Christ ch. Fitchburg, 
Mass. 1923-25; r. Church of the Good Shepherd, Dedham, 1925-. 

Address 9 Cedar St., E. Dedham, Mass. 

William Emery Soule (1916-17 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Worcester, Aug. 8, 
1890; A.B. Harv. 1910; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1916; min. Church of the 
Redeemer, Rochester, N. H. 1919-21; asst. min. Christ ch. Spring- 
field, Mass. 1921-22; master Wilbraham Acad. 1923-. 

Address 89 Firglade Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Harold Linson Stratton (1914-17 S.T.B.) b. Iroquois, S. D. Aug. 24, 
1890; A.B. Yankton Coll. 1913; sup. Meekling, S. D. 1910-13; Herrick 
and Gregory 1913-14; No. Falmouth, Mass. 1915-17; ord. Harvard 
ch. Grove Hall, Jan. 10, 1918 and p. 1917-20; Arlington Heights 
1921-27; Pilgrim ch. Worcester 1927-. Address Worcester, Mass. 

Jay West Thompson (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Stanton, Mich. Oct. 
26, 1884; A.B. Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 1911; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 
1914; p. (Meth.) Framingham 1918-22; Peabody 1922-25; Newton 
1925-. Address 30 Wesley St., Newton, Mass. 

Christie George Tokas (1916-17 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Castoria, Mace- 
donia, Feb. 25, 1876; grad. Univ. Athens 1897; B. D. Chicago Theol. 

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Sem. 1913; ord. (Presb.) Athens, Greece, May 23, 1902; p. Greek 
Evang. ch. Salonica, Greece 1897-1901; do. Athens 1901-10; Boston 
1913—; editor "0 Episkeptis" (Greek religious monthly). 

Address 25 Ardale St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Arthur Stanley Wheelock (1914-17 S.T.B.) b. Hingham, Dec. 28, 1891; 
A.B. Dartmouth 1914; ord. Bedford, Oct. 24, 1917 and p. 1917-20; 
World War service as Y.M.C.A. sec. and chap. France 1917-19; p. 
Free ch. Andover 1920-24; Willimantic, Conn. 1924-. 

Address 227 Church St., Willimantic, Conn. 

Rees Williams (1916-18 non-grad.) b. Howells, N. Y. Mar. 2, 1892; A.B. 
Marietta Coll. 1916; ord. (Ch. of Christ) Apr. 9, 1918; p. Burlington 
1916-18; died Oct. 3, 1918. 



1918 

Harold Belshaw (1917-18, 1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Wigan, Eng. 
June 13, 1892; A.B. Western Reserve 1917; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1921; 
curate ch. of Holy Trinity, New York City 1921-22; r. Christ ch. 
Ironton, O. 1922-25; All Angels, New York City 1925-. 

Address 251 West 80th St., New York, N. Y. 

James Thomas Carlyon (1917-18 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Ontario Feb. 18, 
1884; A.B. Missouri Wesleyan Coll. 1904; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1908; 
A. M. Harv. 1911; S.T.D. Missouri Wesleyan 1920; ord. (Meth.) 
Chillicothe, Mo. 1904; p. Amity 1904; Hannibal 1905; Dennis, Mass. 
1906; Lowell 1908; Newton Upper Falls 1913; Maiden 1915; prof. 
N. T. Iliff School of Theol. 1918-. 

Address 2201 S. University Ave., Denver, Col. 

John Daniel Clinton (1917-18 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Waterloo, Iowa, Oct. 
6, 1892; A.B. Cornell Coll. 1914; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1917; ord. 
(Meth.) deacon 1916, elder 1918, Upper Iowa conf . ; p. Olivet ch. Mason 
City, Iowa 1918-19; Waverly 1919-24; assoc. St. Paul's ch. Cedar 
Rapids 1924-25; Fayette 1925-. 

Address State Street, Fayette, Iowa. 

Frank Goostray (1917-18 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Boston, Aug. 10, 1892; 
A.B. St. Stephen's Coll. 1916; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1919; asst. min. Chapel 
of Mediator, Philadelphia, Pa. 1919-20; r. Free ch. of St. John, Phila- 
delphia 1920-. Address 2017 East Orleans St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Coningsby Mathieson Gordon (1917-18 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Alina Plains, 
So. Australia, Jan. 16, 1876; A.B. Butler Coll. 1916; S.T.B. Harv. 
1917; A.M. 1918. 
Address Harcourt St., Hawthorne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

Arthur Clifford Kimber Hallock (1917-18 Epis. T.S. stu.) A.B. Union 
Coll. 1917; in business. Address 176 Upland Rd., Cambridge, Mass. 

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1918 ALUMNI 

Peter Julius Hanson (1917-18 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Webster City, Iowa, 
Sept. 6, 1887; A.B. Iowa State Teachers' Coll. 1914; ord. Oct. 30, 
1920; p. Hudson, S. D. 1920-23; Canton 1923-26. 

Address Magnolia, Minn. 

Robert Clyde Joudry (1917-18 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. E. Boston, Jan. 1, 
1895; A.B. Colby Coll. 1916; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1919; asst. St. John's 
ch. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 1919-26; r. Church of the Holy Spirit, Schen- 
evus, N. Y. 1926-. Address Schenevus, N. Y. 

Walter Arthur Maier (1917-18, 1919-20 Harv. D. S. stu.) b. South 
Boston, Oct. 4, 1893; A.B. Boston Univ. 1913; grad. Concordia Theol. 
Sem. 1916; A.M. Harv. 1920. 

Address 70 Topliff St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Ivan Colson Merrill (1917-18 non-grad.) b. Etna, Me. Feb. 27, 1889; 
A.B. Bowdoin Coll. 1915. 

Address 16 Albion St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Christopher Russell Moodey (1917-18, 1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. 
Morristown, N. J. May 31, 1894; asst. min. Trinity ch. Boston 1920- 
22; asst. Christ ch. Cincinnati, Ohio 1922-26; r. Grace ch. Muncie, 
Ind. 1926- Address 603 E. Adams St., Muncie, Ind. 

John Reginald Moodey (1917-18, 1919-20 Epis. T. S. stu.) b. Morris- 
town, N. J. May 31, 1894; A.B. Hobart Coll. 1917; B.D. Epis. T.S. 
1920; r. Ch. St. Mary Magdalene, Newark, N. J. 1920-23; r. Christ 
ch. Reading, Pa. 1923-25; r. St. Andrew's ch. Pittsburgh 1925-. 

Address 5801 Hampton St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Harold Brainerd Raftery (1917-18 Epis. T.S. stu.) A.B. Trinity Coll. 
1917. Address Portland, Conn. 

Luther Wesley Smith (1917-18 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1920; S.T.B. 
Newton Theol. Inst. 1923; World War service in U. S. Navy; p. First 
Bapt. ch. Columbia, Mo. 1923-. Address Columbia, Mo. 

Dudley Scott Stark (1917-18, 1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Waverly, 
N.Y. Nov. 19, 1894; A.B. Trinity Coll. 1917; B.D. Epis. T. S. 1920; 
asst. and r. St. Mark's Parish, Mauch Chunk, Pa. 1920-26; r. Holy 
Trinity in Parish of St. James, New York, N. Y. 1926-. 

Address 332 East 88th St., New York, N. Y. 

Robert Cable Teare (1917-18 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) finance. 

Address 1719 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Rees Edgar Tulloss (1917-18 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Leipsic, Ohio, July 20, 
1881; A.B. Wittenberg Coll. 1906; S.T.B. Hamma Div. Sch. 1909; 
Ph.D. Harv. 1918; D.D. Lenoir Coll. 1921; LL.D. Muhlenberg Coll. 
1923; p. Luth. ch. Constantine, Mich. 1909-15; First ch. Mansfield, 
Ohio 1918-20; pres. Wittenberg Coll. 1920- 

Address 372 E. Madison Ave., Springfield, Ohio. 

Isamu Watanabe (1917-18 New Church T.S.) b. Saga City, Kyushu, 
Japan, Jan. 13, 1876; Holy Trinity Div. Sch. 1897-1900; B.D. Prince- 

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ton Theol. Sem. 1907; A.M. Princeton Univ. 1908; ord. (New-ch.) 
June 19, 1918; prof. Theol. and pastor. 

Address 789 Nakashibuya Cho, Tokyo, Japan. 

Frank Taylor Weil (1917-18 Epis. T.S. stu.) A.B. Dartmouth 1913; 
M.C.S. 1914; B.D.Epis. T.S. 1918; asst. min. Grace ch. New Bedford 
1918-19; min. St. Andrew's ch. New Bedford, 1919- 

Address 187 Whitman St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Hugh Vernon White (1917-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Kern Co., Cal. Jan. 
24, 1889; A.B. Univ. of Cal. 1917; S.T.B. Pacific School of Religion 
1917; S.T.M. Harv. 1919; ord. (Disc.) Sacramento, Cal. Feb. 20, 
1910; p. Hillsboro, N.H. 1917-19; Kapului, Hawaii 1919-20; Hono- 
lulu 1920-; (Cong.) Stockton, Cal. 1923-. 

Address Stockton, Cal. 

Granville Mercer Williams (1917-18, 1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. 
Utica, N. Y. Dec. 31, 1889; Met.E. Columbia Univ. 1911; S. T. B. 
Harv. 1920; ord. (Epis.) deacon, Garden City, N. Y. Dec. 21, 1918; 
priest June 6, 1920; mission priest, Soc. of St. John the Evangelist, 
Cambridge 1920-26; r. St. Paul's, Clinton and Carroll Sts. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 1926-. Address 199 Carroll St., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

1919 

Aiyadurai Jesudasen Appasamy (1918-19 S.T.B.) b. Palamcottah, 
India, Sept. 3, 1891; A.B. Madras Christian Coll. 1914; S.T.B. also 
Hartford 1918; A.M. Harv. 1919; cand. D.Phil. Queen's Coll. Oxford 
1920. Address Pallaveram, S. I. Ry., India. 

Ralph Ernest Bayes (1916-19 S.T.B.) b. Rushden, Northants, Eng. 
Apr. 2, 1886; A.B. Yankton Coll. 1916; ord. Cresbard, S. D. July 12, 
1908 and p. 1908-10; Wagner 1910-13; CenterviUe 1913-18; Ashland, 
Mass. 1916-18; Second ch. Beverly 1919-23; Pilgrim ch. Superior, 
Wis. 1925-. Address 1638 Hammond Ave., Superior, Wis. 

Kapriel Bedrosian (1916-19 S.T.B.) b. Van, Armenia, Jan. 15, 1881. 
A.B. Harv. 1914; A.M. 1916; miss'y Lawrence, Mass. and Salem, 
N. H. 1910-19 and Haverhill, Mass. 1910-15; ord. Worcester, Apr. 
27, 1919 and p. (Armenian ch.) 1918-. 

Address 228 Highland St., Worcester, Mass. 

Richard Theodore Broeg (1916-19 S.T.B.) b. Newburg on the Danube, 
Bavaria, Sept. 13, 1889; A.B. Wesleyan 1916; S.T.B. also Harv. 1920; 
ord. (Meth.) Boston, Apr. 11, 1920; p. Jacksonville, Me. 1916; Swan's 
Island 1917; Ch. of Christ, Burlington, Mass. 1918-20; So. Hamilton 
1920-23; St. Stephen's ch. Marblehead, 1923-27. 

Address Bondsville, Mass. 

Henry Walter Bromley (1918-19 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Glencoe, Ky. Jan. 
1, 1879; A.B. Asbury Coll.; A.M. Univ. of Ky.; D.D. Asbury Coll.; 
min. Meth. Epis. ch. South; writer, lecturer. 

Address Cynthiana, Ky. 

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Aaron Wallace Canney (1916-20 S.T.B. 1919) b. So. Franklin, Apr. 
24, 1894; A.B. Bowdoin 1916; A.M. Harv. 1920; p. North West- 
chester, Conn. 1920-. Address North Westchester, Conn. 

Norman Bromfield Cawley (1917-19 dipl.) b. Exmouth, Devon, Eng. 
May 5, 1887; stu. Lawrence Coll. 1916; evangelist Harwich circuit, 
Essex, Eng. 1908-09; Bude, Cornwall 1909-10; p. Cadott (Meth.) 
Wis. 1910-11; Oconto 1913-15; So. Yarmouth, Mass. 1915-18; asst. 
public speaking Lawrence Coll. 1915-16 and Harv. 1918-20; ord. 
(Presb.) June 18, 1919; p. Bedford, N. H. 1918-; Lynnfield Centre, 
Mass. 1923-. Address Lynnfield Centre, Mass. 

Ambrose Clark De Lapp (1916-19 S.T.B.) b. Manston, Wis. Jan. 25, 
1884; A.B. Morningside Coll. 1916; p. (Meth.) Oto, Iowa 1911-13; 
ord. (Meth.) Oct. 1913; p. Sioux City 1913-16; (Cong.) No. Middle- 
boro, Mass. 1916-18; p. No. Woburn 1918-22; South ch. St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. 1922-27; So. Norwalk, Conn. 1927-. 

Address So. Norwalk, Conn. 

Albert Nicolay Gilbertson (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Ellsworth, 
Minn. Jan. 5, 1885; A.B. Univ. Minn. 1908; A.M. 1909; Ph.D. Clark 
Univ. 1913; B.D. Epis. Theol. School 1918; S.T.M. Harv. 1920; 
min. St. Luke's ch. Maiden 1918-24; vicar Wyman memorial chapel, 
Marblehead 1924-26; r. St. Paul's, Vermillion, S. D. 1926-. 

Address 405 Dakota St., N., Vermilion, S. Dak. 

Leopold Hrbata (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Prossnitz, Moravia, 
Austria, July 12, 1893; A.B. Dubuque Coll. 1916; S.T.B. Harv. 1920; 
returned to Prague. 

Arthur Peter Grammes (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Walbert, Pa. 
Nov. 29, 1889; A.B. Muhlenberg Coll. 1914; S.T.B. Lutheran Theol. 
Sem. Mt. Airy 1917; ord. (Luth.) Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 2, 1917; 
Cambridge, Mass. 1917-19; Grace Luth. Ch. Berwick, Pa. 1919-22; 
Easton 1922-. Address 1230 Washington St., Easton, Pa. 

Charles Clarke Keith (1918-22 spec, stu.) b. Boston, July 19, 1892; ord. 
Immanuel ch. Beverly, Oct. 15, 1919 and p. 1919-22; asst., assoc. and 
p. Eliot ch. Roxbury 1925-. 

Address 656 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Nils Wilhelm Lund (1917-19 S.T.B.) b. Gevle, Sweden, Mar. 6, 1885; 
stu. No. Park Theol. Sem. 1907-10; A.B. Bethany Coll. 1915; S.T.M. 
Harv. 1921; p. Scandinavian ch. Williams Bay, Wis. 1909; Swedish 
Miss. chs. in La Grange, 111. and No. Park, Chicago 1910-11; p. 
Lindsbay, Kan. 1911-16; ord. (Swedish Evang. Miss. Covenant of 
Amer.) July 30, 1916; p. Scandinavian (Cong.) ch. Lynn, Mass. 
1916-20; Swedish Cong. ch. Roxbury 1920-21; prof. No. Park Coll. 
Chicago, 1922-. Address 5127 N. Central Park Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Bates Morgan de Valcourt Manesse (1918-19 non-grad.) b. Boston, 
Nov. 26, 1893; A.B. Harv. 1916. 
Address Care Bankers Trust Co., 501 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

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Arthur William Marget (1918-20 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Chelsea, Oct. 12, 
1899; A.B. Harv. 1920; A.M. 1921; instr. and tutor in econ. Harv. 
from 1923. Address 56 Egmont St., Brookline, Mass. 

Milton Ernest Muder (Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Saxonburg, Pa. Dec. 25, 
1882; grad. Meadville Theol. School 1915; min. (Meth.) Saxonburg, 
Pa. 1905-07; Newcomerstown, Ohio 1907-09; Centerville, Pa. 1909- 
10; ord. Greenville 1910 and p. 1910-12; Hazelhurst 1912-13 
(Unit.) Castine, Me. 1915-18; Westwood and Randolph, Mass 
1920-. Address Westwood, Mass 

William Hamilton Nes (1918-19 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1918 (19) 
S.T.B. Va. Theol. Sem. 1921; dipl. in Theol. Oxford Univ. 1926; r 
Holy Trinity parish, Prince George's County, Md. 1921-25; dean 
Christ ch. Cathedral, New Orleans 1927-. 

Address Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, La. 

Satyananda Roy (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Calcutta, India, Nov. 14, 
1890; grad. Meadville Theol. School 1915. 

Address 89 Machua Bazaar Rd., Calcutta, India. 

Katsuya Sano (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Kumamoto, Japan, May 15, 
1888; grad. Imperial Univ. of Tokyo 1917. 

Address Dept. of Religion, Tokyo Imperial Univ., Tokyo, Japan. 

William AUison Shimer (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Hartley, W. Va. 
May 17, 1894; A.B. Harv. 1918 (17); A.M. 1924; Ph.D. 1925; War 
service 1917-18; instr. phil. Ohio State Univ. 1926-. 
Address University Hall, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

James Clifton Smith (1918-19 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

Archiver John Strait (1918-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Wolcott, N. Y. Oct. 
20, 1891; A.B. Northwestern Univ. 1916; A.M. Harv. 1920; ord. 
(Meth.) Athol 1919; p. Elsdon Meth. ch. Chicago, 111. 1916-17; 
Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 1918-21; Calvary ch. Arlington 1921-26; 
Robinson Memorial ch. Maiden 1926-. 

Address 15 Fairmount St., Maiden, Mass. 

Norman Jay Gould Wickey (1918-19 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Eshcol, Pa. 
Sept. 25, 1891; A.B. Pennsylvania Coll. 1912; S.T.B. Lutheran Theol. 
Sem. Gettysburg, 1915; A.M. Harv. 1916; ord. (Luth.) Baltimore, 
Md. Nov. 2, 1916; p. Georgetown Luth. ch. Washington, D.C. 1916- 
17; prof. Concordia Coll. 1920-. Address Carthage, Illinois. 



1920 

Fred Magee Adams (1918-20, 1921-22 Epis. T.S. stu.) A.B. Univ. of 
Mich. 1917; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1922; asst. St. John's ch. Detroit, Mich. 
1922-23; assoc. r. St. Paul's ch. Cleveland, Ohio 1923-. 

Address 4108 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

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Donald Bradshaw Aldrich (1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Fall River, Aug. 
14, 1892; A.B. Dartmouth 1917; B.D. Epis. T. S. 1922 as of 1921; 
asst. Cath. ch. St. Paul, Boston 1922-24; r. Church of Ascension, New 
York, 1924-. Address 12 West 11th St., New York, N. Y. 

James Percy Attridge (1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) A.B. Univ. of Rochester 
1917; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1921; curate Trinity ch. Columbus, Ohio, 
1921-22; r. Christ ch. Ironton, Ohio, 1922-26; Church of Holy 
Trinity, Cincinnati, 1926-. 

Address 8406 Burns Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Clarence Bouma (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Harlingen, Holland, 

Nov. 30, 1891; A.B. Calvin Coll. 1917; S.T.B. Princeton Theol. Sem. 

1918; A.M. Princeton Univ. 1919; Th.D. Harv. 1921; prof. Ethics and 

Apologetics Christian Ref. Church Theol. Sch. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Address 925 Alexander St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Samuel Benjamin Ayodele Campbell (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Sierra 
Leone, West Africa, Nov. 3, 1893; B.D. Wilberforce Univ. 1919. 

Address Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa. 

Robert Horniman Dann (1919-20 non-grad.) b. Brighton, Eng. Nov. 11, 
1889; A.B. Pacific Coll. 1917; A.M. Haverford CoU. 1918; prof. 
Guilford Coll. four years; in business. 

Address 993 Court St., Salem, Ore. 

Harold Irvine Fair (1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Tompkinsville, N. Y. 
Oct. 16, 1890; A.B. Lehigh Univ. 1916; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1922 as of 
1921; r. St. Mary's ch. Reading, Pa. 1922-25; St. John's ch. Fall 
River, Mass. 1925-. Address 496 S. Almond St., Fall River, Mass. 

Raymond Henry Fuller (1919-21 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Rochester, N. Y. 
Aug. 5, 1889; A.B. Cornell Univ. 1911; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1921; assoc. 
chapl. Church extension society, Buffalo, N. Y. 1921-22; curate St. 
John's ch. Buffalo from 1922; died there May 21, 1923. 

Henry Raphael Gold (1919-21 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Crayewo, Lamza, 
Poland, Mar. 21, 1893; Jewish Theol. Sem. 1911-13; A.B, Columbia 
Univ. 1915; A.M. Harv. 1921; ord. Orthodox Rabbi 1916; rabbi 
Memphis, Tenn. 1916-19; Cong. Adath Jeshurun, Boston 1919-25; 
Beth Israel, New Orleans, La. 1925-. 

Address 2302 Prytania St., New Orleans, La. 

Oscar Frederic Green (1919-21 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Taylor, Tex. June 25, 
1893; A.B. Rice Inst. 1916; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1921; curate Ch. of the 
Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1921-23; r. Emmanuel ch. Lockhart, 
Tex. 1923-25; All Saints' ch. Palo Alto, Cal. 1926-. 

Address 555 Waverly St., Palo Alto, Cal. 

Howard Henderson (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Hingham, July 16, 
1895; A.B. Harv. 1917 (18); in business. 

Address 5733 Belmont Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Cornelius Heyn (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Ilpendam, Holland, May 
20, 1891; grad. Meadville Theol. Sch. 1919; ord. (Unit.) Exeter, N. H. 
Oct. 8, 1920 and p. 1920-21; Scituate, Mass. 1923-. 

Address Scituate, Mass. 

Bhaskar Pandurang Hivale (1917-20 S.T.B.; 1921-22 grad. stu.; 1923- 
24 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Sholapoor, India, Jan. 22, 1889; A.B. 
Bombay Univ. 1916; A.M. Harv. 1926; ord. Cambridge June 15, 
1920; miss'y Bombay 1920-21. 

Address 11 Wright St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Henry Wise Hobson (1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Denver, Col. May 16, 
1891; A.B.Yale 1914; B.D.Epis. T.S. 1920; asst. min. St. John's ch. 
Waterbury, Conn. 1920-21; r. All Saints' ch. Worcester, Mass. 1921-. 

Address 13 Ashland St., Worcester, Mass. 

Frank Orville Holmes (1919-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. St. Paul, Minn. 
June 19, 1898; A.B. Macalester Coll. 1918; S.T.B. Harv. 1921; ord. 
(Unit.) Harvard St. ch. Cambridge 1921 and p. 1920-27; Jamaica 
Plain, Boston, 1927-. 

Address 8 Alveston St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

William Enkichi Kan (1919-22 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Kyoto, Japan, Dec. 
20, 1896; grad. Kyoto Imperial Univ. 1919; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1922; 
S.T.M. Harv. 1923; instr. and prof. St. Paul's Univ. Tokyo, Japan, 
1924-. Address 1272 Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan. 

Martin Dwelle Kneeland (1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Fergus Falls, Minn. 
July 14, 1885; A.B. Univ. of Wis. 1912; A.M. Univ. of So. Cal. 1915; 
B.D. Epis. T.S. 1920; min. St. Paul's ch. Los Angeles 1922-24; North 
Wood, Iowa 1924; r. St. Matthew's ch. Kenosha, Wis. 1924-25; 
Church of the Ascension, Sierra Madre, Cal. 1925-. 

Address Sierra Madre, Cal. 

Frank Melville Lowe (1919-20 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) S.B. Univ. of Mo. 
1919; A.M. Harv. 1921. 

Address 405 Gladstone Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 

Iwao Matsuhara (1917-20 S.T.B.) b. Tottori, Japan, Apr. 8, 1890; 
A.B. Univ. of Southern Cal. 1917; S.T.B. also Harv. 1920. 

Address 16 Asagaya, Suginami-machi, Tokyo-ken, Japan. 

Walther Martin Miller (1919-20 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. St. Paul, Minn. 
Nov. 3, 1895; grad. Concordia Coll. Fort Wayne, Ind. 1916; Concordia 
Sem. St. Louis, Mo. 1919; A.M. Harv. 1922; instr. German, Harv. 
1920-23; do. Concordia Coll. 1923-26; do. Valparaiso Univ. from 
1926. Address 257 So. Michigan Ave., Valparaiso, Ind. 

Arthur Francis O'Donnell (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Apr. 25, 1897; A.B. N. Y. Univ. 1918; teacher Union Hill H.S. Union 
City, N. J. Address P. O. Box 171, Westfield, N. J. 

John Eugene Pfeiffer (1919-20 Harv. grad. bus. sch. stu.) in business. 

Address Beaver Dam, Wis. 

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1920 ALUMNI 

Arthur Osgood Phinney (1919-20 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Lynn, Nov. 4, 
1892; A.B. Harv. 1917; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1921; asst. Trinity ch. Boston, 
1924-. Address 8 Browne St., Brookline, Mass. 

Charles Wooten Pipkin (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Little Rock, Ark. 
Nov. 4, 1899; A.B. Henderson-Brown Coll. 1918; A.M. Vanderbilt 
Univ. 1919; instr. Mass. Inst. Tech. 1920-22; Rhodes Scholar Exeter 
Coll. Oxford 1922-25; asso. prof. Louisiana State Univ. 1925-26; 
prof. Gov't, from 1927; author The Idea of Social Justice 1927; The 
Church and the Decisions of Democrac3 r 1927. 

Address Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La. 

Edward Merrill Root (1919-20 non-grad.) A.B. Amherst 1917; asst. 
prof. English, Earlham Coll. Richmond, Ind. 

Address Richmond, Ind. 

John Foster Savidge (1919-21 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New York, N. Y. Apr. 
17, 1898; A.B. Princeton 1919; B.D. Epis. T. S. 1922; S.T.M. Harv. 
1925; r. Ch. of the Holy Communion, Norwood, N. J. 1925-. 

Address Norwood, N. J. 

Edward Forbes Smiley (1919-20 non-grad.) b. So. Britain, Conn. Nov. 
9, 1894; A.B. Harv. 1917; A.M. Columbia 1917; sup. Westchester, 
Conn. 1919; on ranch 1920-. Address Los Gatos, Cal. 

Harry Robert Smith (1919-21 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Hartford End, Eng. 
Oct. 14, 1894; A.B. Illinois Wesleyan Univ. 1919; B.D. Epis. T.S. 
1922; curate Grace ch. New Bedford 1922-24; r. St. Paul's ch. Maiden 
1924-. Address 20 Florence St., Maiden, Mass. 

Nathaniel Roland Taran (1919-21 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

Address 132 Hooper St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Frank William Thompson (1917-20 S.T.B.) b. Manchester, N. H. Feb. 
2, 1892; A.B. Harv. 1916; ord. Church of Christ in Bedford, June 16, 
1920 and p. 1920-. Address Bedford, Mass. 

John Wesley Threlfall (1919-20 non-grad.) b. Shaw Mills, Eng. July 6, 
1889; grad. Bangor 1913; A.B. Bowdoin 1915; LL.B. Harv. 1919; 
p. Falmouth, Me. 1914-15; ord. Edgartown, Mass. July 1917 and p. 
1916-17; So. Sudbury 1918-19; St. John's ch. Portland, Ore. 1920-21; 
died there Jan. 15, 1921. 

Franklin Zeiger (1919-20 Harv. D.S. stu. and 1920-21 A.T.S. spec, stu.) 
b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Aug. 8, 1877; A.B. Columbia Univ. 1898; A.M. 
1900; ord. (Unit.) 1920; p. Medfield 1920-21; Passaic, N. J. 1925-26; 
Exeter, N. H. from 1926. Address Exeter, N. H. 

Louis Gabriel Zelson (1919-21 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) A.B. Washington 
Univ. 1919; A.M. Harv. 1922. 

Address 427 Titan St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



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1921 

Joseph Clark Baldwin 3d (1920-21 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1920 
(22). 
Address Care of Purcell, Miller & Carey, 52 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Richard Herbert Bennett (1920-21 grad. stu.; 1921-22 Harv. gr. sch. 
stu.) b. St. Joseph, Mo. Sept. 10, 1886; A.B. Yale 1909; A.M. 1911; 
B.D. 1911; ord. Webster, Apr. 12, 1911 and p. 1911-14; Dane St. 
Beverly 1914-19; First, Melrose 1919- 

Address 119 W. Foster St., Melrose, Mass. 

Richard Bronsby Doherty (1920-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Watertown, 
S. D.July 31, 1891; A.B. Carleton Coll. 1920; grad. Seabury Div. 
School 1919; St. Peter's ch. New York, N. Y. 1922; St. Paul's ch. 
Albany 1923; St. Michael's ch. New York from 1924. 

Address 225 West 99th St., New York, N. Y. 

Frederic Frow Donaldson (1920-21 non-grad.) b. Oberlin, Ohio, Feb. 
24, 1886; A.B. Oberlin 1913; ord. Nahant, Sept. 8, 1921; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. China from 1916; on furlough 1927. 

Address Benzonia, Mich. 

Merlin W. Ennis (1920-21 grad. stu.) b. Douglass Center, Wis. June 29, 
1874; A.B. Beloit 1900; B.D. Yale 1903; D.D. Beloit 1922; ord. 
Endeavor, Wis. June 16, 1903; Miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Sachikela, West 
Africa, 1903- 

Address Sachikela, Cuma, Dist. of Benguela, Angola, Africa. 

Dan Huntington Fenn (1920-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Chicago, 111. Feb. 
20, 1897; A.B. Harv. 1919 (20); A.M. Univ. Chicago 1920; S.T.B. 
Harv. 1922; ord. (Unit.) Augusta, Me. Oct. 11, 1922 and p. 1922- 
26; Taunton, Mass. 1926-. 

Address 54 Summer St., Taunton, Mass. 

Caspar Rene" Gregory, 2nd (1920-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Nichols, N. Y. 
Sept. 1, 1896; A.B. Colorado Coll. 1920; B.Th. Auburn Theol. Sem. 
1923; ord. (Presb.) May 18, 1925; p. Weldona, Col. 1925-26; instr. 
N.T. Auburn Theol. Sem. 1926-. Address Auburn, N. Y. 

Harry Grimes (1920-21 grad. stu.) b. Avon, Wis. Mar. 11, 1882; A.B. 
Beloit 1905; B.D. Yale 1908; ord. Windham, Conn. Nov. 17, 1908 and 
p. 1908-12; First ch. Braintree, Mass. 1912-. 

Address Braintree, Mass. 

Karnek Abraham Handanian (1918-1921 S.T.B.) b. Constantinople, 
Turkey, Feb. 28, 1895; A.B. Brown 1918; ord. Seekonk, Mar. 15, 
1921 and p. 1918-21; East Weymouth 1921-27; East ch. Ware 1927-. 

Address Ware, Mass. 

Truman Heminway (1920-22 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Jan. 1, 1895; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1922; asst. Grace ch. Providence, R. I. 
1922; chap. St. George's School, Newport, and min. St. Columba's 
chapel, Middletown, Conn. 1924-. 

Address St. George's School, Newport, R. I. 

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Charles Wilson Hubon (1920-21, 1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Concep- 
tion, Chile, July 25, 1894; Tufts Coll. 1915-19; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
June 17, 1923; priest Feb. 22, 1927; vicar St. John's chapel, Stamford, 
Conn. 1923-. Address 275 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 

Louis Germaine Hudson (1919-21 S.T.B.) b. Lower Island Cove, 
Newfoundland, Nov. 20, 1888; A.B. Univ. of Toronto 1917; A.M. 
Harv. 1920; ord. (Meth.) 1918; sup. (Cong.) Point Shirley and No. 
Middleboro 1919-21; p. Berlin 1922-. Address Berlin, Mass. 

Egbert William Ashford Jenkinson (1916-17, 1919-21 S.T.B.) b. London, 
Eng. Nov. 19, 1891; S.B. Tufts Coll. 1916; ord. Kingston, R. I. Oct. 
27, 1921 and p. 1921-24; Methuen, Mass. 1924-. 

Address 19 Central St., Methuen, Mass. 

Joseph Walter Johnshoy (1920-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Starbuck, Minn. 
Jan. 21, 1891; A.B. Luther Coll. 1911; Th.M. Luther Sem. 1914; 
S.T.M. Harv. 1921; ord. (Norwegian Luth. Ch. of Amer.) San 
Francisco, Cal. 1915; p. Olivet Eng. Luth. ch. Fargo, N. D. from 1922; 
prof. Concordia Coll. 1925-. 

Address 1325 Tenth Ave., So., Fargo, N. D. 

Charles Stanley Jones (1917-21 S.T.B.) b. Winchendon, Apr. 19, 1895; 
S.B. Boston Univ. 1918; ord. Second ch. Biddeford, Me. May 20, 
1921 and p. 1921-26; Highland Park, Detroit, Mich. 1926-. 

Address 85 Grand Ave., W., Highland Park, Mich. 

Moses Richardson Lovell (1917-21 S.T.B.) b. Millis, Nov. 29, 1895; 
A.B. Boston Univ. 1917; ord. Durham, N. H. Oct. 20, 1921 and p. 
1921-26; Mt. Pleasant, Washington, D. C. 1926- 

Address 1841 Irving St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Royal Edmund MacGowan (1920-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Youngstown, 
N. Y. Aug. 29, 1895; A.B. Amherst 1917; S.T.B. Auburn Theol. 
Sem. 1920 and Harv. 1921; ord. (Presb.) 1920; p. First Presb. Ch. 
Andover, N. Y. 1921-24; Coudersport, Pa. 1924-26; ord. deacon 
(Epis.) 1926; asst. St. Stephen's ch. Olean, N. Y. 1926. 

Address P. O. Box 308, Olean, N. Y. 

Carlyle Morris (1920-21 non-grad.) b. Oct. 23, 1893; A.B. Harv. 1915. 

John Nelson (1920-22, 1923-24 spec, stu.; 1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. 
Sweden, July 29, 1870. 

Address 63 Mt. Vernon St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Robert Henry PfeirTer (1920-23 Harv. gr. sch. stu. and D.S. stu.) b. 
Bologna, Italy, Feb. 14, 1892; S.T.B. Univ. of Geneva, Switz. 1915; 
A.M. Harv. 1920; Ph.D. 1922; S.T.M. 1923; ord. (Meth.) 1916; p. 
Sanborn, N. Y. 1916-19; instr. Semitic Lang. Harv. 1922-; instr., 
asst. prof., assoc. prof. Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. 1923-. 

Address 82 Larch Rd., Cambridge, Mass. 

Henri Marinus Sasse (1920-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Leiden, Holland, 

Aug. 20, 1895; Cand. Theol. Leiden Univ. 1917; S.T.M. Harv. 1921. 

Address 96 Rijnsburgerweg, Leiden, Netherlands. 

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Karl William Scheufler (1920-21 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol.) b. Sandusky, 
Ohio, Feb. 6, 1898; A.B. Ohio Wesleyan Univ. 1919; A.M. Columbia 
1920; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1921; ord. Springfield, Ohio, Apr. 3, 1921; 
miss'y (Meth.) Yenping, Fukien, China from 1921; furlough 1926-. 

Address 635 Clinton St., Sandusky, Ohio. 

Max Hugo Vatter (1920-21 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Berne, Switz. Feb. 7, 
1894; Cand. Theol. Univ. Berne 1915 and V.D.M. 1918; S.T.M. 
Harv. 1921. Address Seminarstr. 24, Berne, Switzerland. 

John Corbin Wiley (1920-22 non-grad.) b. Hartford, Conn. Aug. 29, 
1896; A.B. Williams 1920; B.D. Rochester Theol. Sem. 1923. 

Address 5 E. Main St., LeRoy, N. Y. 



1922 

Frank Henry Andrew (1920-22 S.T.B.) b. Boston, July 20, 1896; S.B. 
Boston Univ. 1918; A.M. Harv. 1925; ord. Brookline (New Ch.) 
Dec. 3, 1922 and p. 1922-23. 

Address 923 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Moses Bailey (1921-23 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Portland, Me. Oct. 25, 1892; 

A.B. Earlham Coll. 1914; A.M. 1915; B.D. Hartford 1919; S.T.M. 

Harv. 1924; princ. Friends' Boys' Sch. Ram Allah, Palestine, 1919-21; 

inst. and asst. prof. Bibl. Hist. Wellesley Coll. 1922-. 

Address 6 Norfolk Terrace, Wellesley, Mass. 
Carroll McCloskey Bates (1921-22 Harv. Coll. stu.) b. Pittsburg, Pa. 

June 4, 1900; A.B. Harv. 1922; grad. General Theol. Sem. N. Y. 

1925; ord. deacon (Epis.) Buffalo June 1925; priest Sodus, Dec. 1925; 

min. Sodus 1925-26; Perry, Fla. 1926. 

Address Holy Cross, West Park, N. Y. 

Joseph Buchanan Bernardin (1921-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Kansas City, 
Mo. June 8, 1899; A.B. Yale 1920; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1923; stu. 
Magdalen Coll. Oxford 1923-24; min. All Saints ch. Nevada, Mo. 
1924-26. Address Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Anton Theophilus Boisen (1921-22 grad. stu.) b. Bloomington, Ind. 
Oct. 29, 1876; A.B. Indiana Univ. 1897; M.F. Yale 1905; dipl. Union 
T.S. 1911; A.M. Harv. 1923; ord. (Presb.) 1911; p. (Cong.) Wabaun- 
see, Kan. 1913-15; North Anson, Me. 1916-17; Y.M.C.A. in France 
1917-19; Inter-church World Movement 1919-20; research associate 
Chicago Theol. Sem. 1925-; chap. Worcester State Hospital 1924-. 

Address P. O. Box 57, Worcester, Mass. 

Ralph Parkhurst Bridgman (1921-22 non-grad.) b. Boston, Nov. 22, 
1896; A.B. Harv. 1921; A.M. Columbia 1923; B.D. Union Theol. 
Sem. 1924; asst. and instr. in Rel. Educ. Union Theol. Sem. 1924-26; 
director Parents' Council of Philadelphia 1926-. 

Address 311 S. Juniper St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

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1922 ALUMNI 

James Harold Burckes (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Waltham, Sept. 
16, 1891; S.B. Middlebury Coll. 1921; p. Community ch. Brownfield, 
Me. 1923-24; ord. Worthington, June 10, 1926 and p. 1926-. 

Address Ringville, Mass. 

David Crockett (1919-22 S.T.B.) b. Medford, Feb. 12, 1897; A.B. 
Tufts Coll. 1919; ord. Sayles Memorial, SaylesviUe, R. I. May 23, 
1922 and p. 1922-23; West Medway and Village, Medway 1924-. 

Address West Medway, Mass. 

Charles Kimball Cummings, Jr. (1921-22 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 
1923. Address 52 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass. 

Oliver Boynton Dale (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Newburyport, Sept. 
28, 1890; air service in France and England 1917-19; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon, New York City, June 15, 1924; priest, June 7, 1925; curate 
St. Ignatius ch. New York City 1924-25; asst. pr. Church of St. John 
the Evang. Boston, Mass. 1925-. 

Address 980 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Mass. 

Paul Herbert Doney (1921-22 Harv. D. S. stu.) b. Columbus, O. July 
10, 1900; A.B. Willamette Univ. 1920; A.B. Wesleyan 1921; S.T.B. 
Boston Univ. 1925; A.M. Harv. 1926. 

Address 18 Shaler Lane, Cambridge, Mass. 

Lawrence Frederic Eames (1921-22 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Feb. 21, 1896; 
A.B. Harv. 1918; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1922; World War service in France; 
asst. Calvary ch. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1922-25; died in Boston, Mass. 
Dec. 29, 1926. 

William Plumer Fowler (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. No. Hampton, 
N. H. Aug. 5, 1900; A.B. Dartmouth, 1921. 

Address 383 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Kenneth Cheney Gesner (1921-22, 1923-24 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Mystic, 
Conn. Dec. 29, 1900; A.B. Clark Univ. 1921; S.T.B. Harv. 1924; ord. 
(Unit.) Feb. 26, 1926; p. Union Liberal ch. Calais, Me. 1926-. 

Address Calais, Me. 

Ernest DeWitt Gilbert (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Howard Co. Ind. 
Sept. 19, 1886; A.B. Defiance Coll. 1910; B.D. 1913; prof. Bible and 
Sociology Defiance from 1923; dean of men from 1925; assoc. ed. The 
Herald of Gospel Liberty; editor A Continuing Fellowship. 

Address 4 College Place, Defiance, Ohio. 

Lakshman Ramay Guru (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Mangalpad 
Manjeshwar, S. Kanara, India, Jan. 7, 1897; grad. Meadville Theol. 
Sch. 1920. Address Mangalore, South Kanara, India. 

Herbert Milton Hainer (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Newmarket, Ont. 
Apr. 2, 1890; A.B. McMaster Univ. 1910. 

Address North Christian Church, New Bedford, Mass. 

Clarence Edward Hellens (1921-23 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Newton Abbot, 
Devon Co. Eng. Mar. 20, 1890; A.B. Mt. Allison Univ. 1915; S.T.B. 

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Harv. 1923; ord. Sydney, Nova Scotia June 20, 1915; Nova Scotia 
Conf. (Meth.) 1915-21; p. Harvard ch. (Cong.) Dorchester 1921-23; 
Central, Fall River 1923-. 

Address 1846 Robeson St., Fall River, Mass. 

Forrest Willard Hoisington (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. West Salem, 
Wis. Apr. 13, 1898; A.B. Lawrence Coll. 1921; S.T.B. Harv. 1924; ord. 
(Meth.) 1925; p. Onalaska, Wis. 1924- Address Onalaska, Wis. 

Charles David Kepner, Jr. (1919-22 S.T.B.) b. Newton, July 29, 1893; 
A.B. Williams 1916; A.M. Harv. 1917; overseas service with Foyers 
du Soldat; ord. Eliot ch. Newton, Apr. 28, 1922; p. Church of Sea and 
Land (Presb.) New York, N. Y.; assoc. p. North ch. (Cong.) Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Address 212 Miller Ave., Portsmouth, N. H. 

Ross Miller (1921-22 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Chicora, Pa. Aug. 16, 1888; 
A.M. Harv. 1922; ord. (Luth.) 1916; chap. A.E.F. 1918-19; dean of 
men Wittenberg Coll. with leave of absence 1926-28; demonstrator, 
Psychological lab. Univ. of Edinburgh 1926-27. 

Edinburgh address, 98 Comiston Drive, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Luther Bunyan Moore (1921-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Elgin, Ore. Aug. 19, 
1889; A.B. Univ. of Cal. 1915; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1924; r. St. Peter's ch. 
Jamaica Plain 1924-. 

Address 15 Castleton St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Alberto Pincherle (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Milan, Italy, Aug. 15, 
1894; Doctor in law, Univ. di Roma 1918. 
Address Presso Tipografia del Senato, Via SoganaVecchia, Rome, Italy. 

John Bernard Root (1919-22 S.T.B.) b. Strafford, Vt. May 7, 1889; 
S.B. Boston Univ. 1919; ord. First, Lynn, Dec. 6, 1922 and p. 1922- 

Address 97 Bellevue Rd., Lynn, Mass. 

Roland Chase Stahl (1921-22 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Springfield, May 16, 
1890; S.B. Univ. Vt. 1921; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1924; ord. (Meth.) 
Stockton, Cal. Sept. 13, 1925; p. Areata from 1925. 

Address Areata, Cal. 

Robert Edmund Starkey (1921-22, 1923-24 Harv. D.S. stu.) b. Hancock 
Co. 111. Sept. 5, 1896; A.B. Carthage Coll. 1921; S.T.B. Harv. 1924. 

Address 70 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Asa Wilson Waters (1921-22 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Marietta, Ohio, Mar. 
4, 1850; A.B. Dartmouth 1871; LL.B. Univ. of Cincinnati 1874; 
A.M. Marietta 1880 and Harv. 1907; lawyer, retired. 

Address 74 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Walter Bradford Wiley (1921-22 non-grad.) b. Somerville, Mass. Oct. 31, 
1894; A.B. Dartmouth 1918; ord. Somerville, June 4, 1924; miss'y 
A.B.CF.M. Merzifoun, Turkey from 1924. 

Address Merzifoun, Turkey. 

James Waterman Wise (1921-22 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

Address 9 West 97th St., New York, N. Y. 

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1923 

Edgar Raymond Attebery (1922-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Richmond, Mo. 
Sept. 11, 1895; A.B. Univ. Wash. 1921; S.T.B. Harv. 1925; overseas 
service, 162nd infantry, 14 months; ord. (Meth.) Apr. 5, 1925; p. Grace 
ch. Seattle, Wash, from 1925. 

Address 3010 King St., Seattle, Wash. 

Dwight Marion Beck (1922-23 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. Adrian, 
Mich. July 2, 1893; A.B. Syracuse Univ. 1918; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 
1922; prof. Eng. Bible, Mt. Union Coll. 1924-. 

Address Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio. 

Sumner Jerome Brown (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Springfield, Oct. 
26, 1899; A.B. Amherst 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; min. St. John's 
ch. Prairie City, Ore. 1925-. Address Prairie City, Oregon. 

Francis Alonzo Caswell (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Salem, Feb. 18, 
1898; A.B. Harv. 1919; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; master in History and 
German, Rivers School, Brookline 1919-22, 1925-. 

Address 130 Clark St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Allen Williams Clark (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Boston, Feb. 18, 1896; 
A.B. Harv. 1918 (19); B.D. Epis. T.S. 1923; asst. Cathedral ch. of St. 
Paul, Boston, 1923-26; r. St. Thomas ch. Hanover, N.H. 1926-. 

Address Hanover, N. H. 

John Stanley Cornett (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Landsdowne, Ont. 
Can. May 4, 1891; A.B. Queen's Univ. 1912; A.M. 1913; B.D. Queen's 
Theol. Coll. 1917; S.T.M. Union Theol. Sem. 1921; Ph.D. Univ. of 
Chicago 1925; head of dept. Bible and Religion, Coll. of Emporia 
1925-27. Address College of Emporia, Emporia, Kan. 

Paul Archibald Cullens (1922-23 A.T.S.; 1923-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. 
Steuben, Me. May 29, 1899; A.B. Harv. 1922 (23); S.T.B. Harv. 
1925; ord. First ch. Waterbury, Conn. June 10, 1925 and asst. p. 1925-. 

Address 144 Grove St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Harold Clifford Cutbill (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Rowayton, Conn. 
Sept. 9, 1897; S.B. Wesleyan Univ. 1919; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1922; 
M.R.E. 1926; ord. West Boxford, May 27, 1924 and p. 1924-26; 
Seekonk 1926-. Address Seekonk, Mass. 

John Russell Dallinger (1922-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Cambridge, Oct. 8, 
1901; A.B. Harv. 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; vicar St. Andrew's 
parish, Ayer, Mass. 1925-26; asst. Grace ch. Newton, Mass. 1926-. 

Address 66 Marlboro St., Newton, Mass. 

Walton Hall Doggett (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Utica, N. Y. Aug. 30, 
1867; stu. Univ. of Wyo. 1892-93; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1895-97; Union 
Theol. Sem. 1897-99; ord. (Epis.) deacon 1897, priest 1899; Good 
Shepherd ch. Dedham, Mass. 1920-24; St. John's ch. Framingham 
Center, and in charge St. Paul's ch. Hopkinton from 1924. 

Address Framingham Center, Mass. 

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Burgin Estel Dossett (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Jacksboro, Tenn. 
Feb. 2, 1898; A.B. Univ. of Tenn. 1922; Ed.M. Harv. 1924; instr. 
History Univ. of Tenn. Summer sch. Address Jacksboro, Tenn. 

Arthur William Dycer (1922-24 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Somerset, Eng. 
Mar. 19, 1886; A.B. Mount Allison Univ. 1916; S.T.B. Harv. 1924; 
ord. (Meth.) 1911; service in Nova Scotia Conf.; Y.M.C.A. overseas; 
p. (Cong.) Harvard, Mass. 1920-21; Second, Lynnfield 1922-24; 
Franklin 1925-. Address 183 Main St., Franklin, Mass. 

David Thurber Eaton (1922-23, 24-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Nashua, N. H. 
Feb. 24, 1899; A.B. Harv. 1921; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1924; asst. All 
Saints' ch. Worcester 1924-25; Emmanuel ch. Cleveland, Ohio 
1925-26; r. St. James's ch. Painesville, 1926-. 

Address Painesville, Ohio. 

Morton Scott Enslin (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Somerville, Mar. 8, 
1897; A.B. Harv. 1919 (21); S.T.B. Newton Theol. Inst. 1922; Th.D. 
Harv. 1924; overseas service U.S.N. 1918-19; prof. N.T. lit. and 
exegesis, Crozer Theol. Sem. 1924-. 

Address 4 Seminary Ave., Chester, Pa 

Ralph Waldo Graham (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Circlesville, Ind. 
July 14, 1899; A.B. De Pauw Univ. 1921; ord. (Meth.); p. Memorial, 
Kokomo, Ind. Address Sharpsville, Ind. 

Charles Coakley Graves (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Richmond, Va. 
Jan. 16, 1901; A.B. Univ. Iowa 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; min. St. 
John's ch. West Point, Va. 1925-. 

Address 3140 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Leopold Hellmuth Rudolphus Hass (1922-23 res. grad.) b. Chicago, 111. 
Oct. 27, 1894; A.B. Des Moines Coll. 1916; B.D. Newton Theol. Inst. 
1922; S.T.M. Harv. 1923; World War service overseas A.E.F. 1918- 
19; ord. (Bapt.) Marblehead, Sept. 7, 1923 and p. 1923-24; Waterville, 
Me. 1924-. Address Waterville, Me. 

David Richardson Haupt (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. St. Paul, Minn. 
Apr. 3, 1897; A.B. Univ. of Minn. 1921; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; r. 
Appleton, Minn. 1925-26; r. Calvary ch. and stu. pastor Univ. of Mo. 
Columbia, Mo. 1926-. Address Columbia, Mo. 

Harold Rickel Heininger (1922-23 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. 
Lima, Ohio, Aug. 13, 1895; A.B. Western Reserve Univ. 1917; B.D. 
Evang. Theol. Sem. 1921; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1922; S.T.M. 1923; 
instr. N.T. Evang. Theol. Sem. 1923-. Address Naperville, 111. 

Warren Crocker Herrick (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Hobart, N.Y. Oct. 
14, 1898; A.B. Harv. 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; asst. Christ ch. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio 1925-. Address 318 E. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

William Cleveland Hicks (1922-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Pittsfield, June 30, 
1899; A.B. Trinity Coll. 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; asst. Cathedral 
ch. of St. Paul, Boston, and chap, to Epis. students in Harv. Univ. 
1925-. Address 1306 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

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William Dixon Hoag (1922-24 A.T.S. sp. stu.; 1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. 
Burlington, Vt. July 1, 1897; ord. E. Andover, N. H. Feb. 22, 1927 
and p. 1922-27; Old Lyme, Conn. 1927-. Address Lyme, Conn. 

Walter Brightman Jerge (1922-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Gasport, N. Y. 
July 24, 1894; A.B. Miami Univ. 1922; S.T.B. Harv. 1925; ord. 
Rockland, May 22, 1925 and p. 1925-. Address Rockland, Mass. 

Arthur Warren Johnson (1922-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Somerville, June 24, 
1897; A.B. William and Mary Coll. 1921; A.M. Univ. of Va. 1922; 
S.T.B. Harv. 1925. 
Address Halki Theological School, Halki, Constantinople, Turkey. 

John Dunster Kettelle (1921-24 S.T.B.) b. Roxbury, June 3, 1897; S.B. 
Harv. 1919; World War service in France 1918; ord. Cambridge, 
Jan. 5, 1925; p. Hope chapel Salisbury Beach, 1922-24; Seabrook, 
N. H. 1924; Community ch. Newmarket 1924-. 

Address Newmarket, N. H. 

Willard Raymond Knight (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Salem, Feb. 12, 
1899; LL.B. Boston Univ. 1920; literary work. 

Address 10 Garden Terrace, Cambridge, Mass. 

Samuel Kurland (1922-26 Harv. Coll. and gr. sch. stu.) b. Kostopol, 
Poland, Feb. 25, 1904; A.B. Harv. 1925; A.M. 1926. 

Address 145 Charles St., Boston, Mass. 

Hervey Delos Leland (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Elkhorn, Wis. Mar. 6, 
1862; A.B. Yale 1885; grad. Union Theol. Sem. 1888; ord. (Ref. Ch. 
in Am.) 1888 and (Epis.) 1917; teacher in Japan 1889-92, 1901-16; 
various pastorates inch also Cong, and Presb. 

Address Morgan Hall, Auburn, N. Y. 

James Stanley Light (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Neponset, Jan. 11, 
1895; B.Ph. Gallaudet Coll. 1916; min. St. Andrew's silent mission of 
Conn., R. I. and Mass. 

Address 68 Bernard St., Dorchester Ctr., Mass. 

Richard Taylor Lyford (1922-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Concord, N. H. 
Jan. 6, 1896; A.B. Harv. 1918; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; asst. St. Paul's 
ch. Concord, N. H. 1925-26; r. St. Andrew's, Longmeadow, Mass. 
1926-. Address Longmeadow, Mass. 

Augustine McCormick (1922-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Atlanta, Ga. July 
23, 1896; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1924; curate Grace ch. Lawrence, 1924-25; 
asst. St. Paul's ch. Pawtucket, R.I. 1925-. 

Address 27 Blodgett Ave., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Fay Charling Mills (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Swanton, Neb. Dec. 23, 
1893; A.B. Neb. Wesleyan Univ. 1917; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1923; 
ord. (Meth.) 1922; pastorates in Neb. 1912-20; Appleton ch. Ne- 
ponset, Boston, Mass. 1920-23; First ch. Jamaica Plain 1923-24; 
Trinity (Meth.) ch. Omaha, Neb. 1924-. 

Address 2017 Binney St., Omaha, Neb. 

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ALUMNI 1923 

Herbert Brooke Morris (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Pawhuska, Okla 
June 15, 1895; A.B. Univ. of South 1916; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1923; min 
Lawton and Altus, Okla. 1923-25; Trinity ch. Guthrie 1925-. 

Address Guthrie, Okla 

Frank Irving Noyes (1922-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Haverhill, Mar. 8 
1897; A.B. Brown Univ. 1920; A.M. 1924; ord. Gloucester 1921; p 
Lanesville 1921-22; Townsend 1922-24; Pelham, N. H. 1924-. 

Address Pelham, N. H 

Frederic Ernest Pamp (1922-23, 1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.; 1923-24 
1925-26, A.T.S.) b. Chicago, 111. Feb. 1, 1883; A.B. Kan. Wesleyan 
Univ. 1921; S.T.B. Harv. 1926; ord. 1911; p. Swedish churches in 
Chicago, Omaha, Salina; Swedish ch. Roxbury, Mass. 1922-. 

Address 999 South St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Clarence Evan Pickett (1922-23 res. grad.) b. Cissna Park, 111. Oct. 19, 
1884; A.B. Penn. Coll. 1910; B.D. Hartford 1913; min. Friends ch. 
Toronto, Can. 1913-17; Oskaloosa, Iowa 1919-22; prof. Bibl. Lit. 
Earlham Coll. 1923-. Address Earlham Coll., Richmond, Ind. 

Richard Greeley Preston (1922-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Arlington, Apr. 

15, 1895; A.B. Princeton 1918; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1924; asst. St. 
Stephen's ch. Lynn 1924-26; r. Christ ch. Needham 1926-. 

Address 649 Highland Ave., Needham, Mass. 

Robert Jules Raible (1922-24 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Louisville, Ky. Oct. 

16, 1899; A.B. Univ. of Ky. 1921; ord. (Unit.) Nov. 15, 1925; asst. 
min. First Parish in Cambridge 1925-. 

Address 3 Church St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Clarence Charles Reimer (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Beloit, Wis. Sept. 
18, 1896; A.B. Beloit Coll. 1917; stu. Chicago Theol. Sem. 1917-19, 
1925; Western Theol. Sem. 1920-22; ord. dea. and priest (Epis.) 1925; 
min. Church of Good Samaritan, Oak Park, 111. 1925-. 

Address 1127 N. Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

Richard Watson Sadler (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Carlisle, Pa. Nov. 27, 
1890; journalism. Address 44 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jan Nicolaus Sevenster (1922-23 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Drachtster, Cam- 
pagnie, Holland, Apr. 27, 1900; theol. cand. Leiden Univ.; S.T.M. 
Harv. 1923; minister. Address Oldehove, Groninger, Netherlands. 

Henry Sears Sizer, Jr. (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Oswego, N. Y. Apr. 
26, 1900; stu. Hobart Coll.; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; r. Gethsemane ch. 
Sherrill, N. Y. 1925-. Address 427 Kinsky Ave., Sherrill, N. Y. 

Perry Herbert Smith (1922-23 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. West Point, Neb. 
Nov. 3, 1897; A.B. Univ. of Neb. 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; min. 
St. John's ch. Jackson, Wyo. 1925-. Address Jackson, Wyo. 

John Thomas Stewart (1922-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Thompsonville, 111. 
Oct. 11, 1893; ord. (Meth.) Decatur, 111. Sept. 12, 1920; p. Sarcoxie, 
Mo. 1918-20; Witt, 111. 1920-22; (Cong.) Grafton, Mass. 1923-26; 
Bonne Terre, Mo. 1926-. Address Bonne Terre, Mo. 

117 



1923-1924 ALUMNI 

Dudley DeForest Zuver (1922-23 A.T.S.; 1923-24 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. 
Creston, Ohio, Sept. 9, 1896; A.B. Allegheny Coll. 1917; S.T.B. Harv. 
1924. Address Greenville, Pa. 



1924 

Oskar Samuel Bauhofer (1923-24 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Zurich, Switz. 
May 2, 1897; Coll. of Zurich 1916; Univ. of Zurich 1921; Univ. of 
Berlin 1922. Address 108 Nordstr., Zurich 6, Switzerland. 

Francis Cyril Benson Belliss (1923-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New Brunswick, 
Can. Oct. 10, 1899; A.B. Univ. of Cal. 1922; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1925; 
min. Bishop and Lone Pine, Cal. 1925-27. 

Address 4270 Campus Ave., San Diego, Cal. 

Francis William Bliss (1923-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Constantinople, 
Turkey, Feb. 24, 1891; A.B. Columbia Univ. 1916; B.D. Epis. T.S. 
1925; r. St. John's ch. Presque Isle, Me. 1925-. 

Address Presque Isle, Me. 

Lisle Burroughs (formerly Lisle Burroughs Swenson) (1923-24 Boston 
Univ. S.T. stu.) b. Minneapolis, Minn. May 29, 1899; A.B. Univ. 
of Minn. 1921; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1924; U. S. Navy 1918-19; ord. 
Winchester, June 9, 1926 and asst. min. 1924-. 

Address 4 Park Ave., Winchester, Mass. 

Charles Lawren Stevens Easton (1923-24 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Somer- 
ville Feb. 12, 1903; A.M. Harv. 1926. 

Address 4602 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo. 

Hugh B. Fouke, Jr. (1923-24 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. Sioux 
City, Iowa, Apr. 27, 1896; A.B. Morningside Coll. 1920; S.T.B. 
Boston Univ. 1924; World War service with U. S. Marine Corps in 
France 1918-19; ord. (Meth.) Sept. 26, 1926; director rel. educ. Rose 
City Park ch. (Meth.) Portland, Ore. 

Address 566 E. 58th St., N., Portland, Ore. 

George Crocker Gibbs (1923-24 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) S.B. Mass. Inst. 
Tech. 1900; S.T.B. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1911; A.M. Harv. 1925; miss'y 
Trinity, Tulsa, Okla. 1911-14; min. Okmulgee, 1914-17; curate St. 
Anne's N. Y. City 1917-21; sec. Seamen's ch. Inst. N. Y. City 1921- 
23; asst. Trinity ch. Boston, Mass. 1923-26; asst. Trinity, Paris, 
France 1926-. 

Address American Church, 23 Ave. George V., Paris, France. 

George Edward Gilchrist (1923-25 non-grad.) b. Melrose, June 1, 1900; 
A.B. Yale 1922. 

Address Union Theol. Seminary, New York, N. Y. 

Jacob Grape (1923-24 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) A.B. St. John's Coll. 1886; 
A.M. 1889; S.B. Johns Hopkins Univ. 1918; A.M. 1920 and Harv. 
1924. Address 1575 Abbottston St., Baltimore, Md. 

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ALUMNI 1924 

Granville Hicks (1923-25 non-grad.) b. Exeter, N. H. Sept. 9, 1901 ; A.B. 
Harv. 1923; instructor in Biblical lit. Smith Coll. 1925-; author Eight 
Ways of Looking at Christianity, 1926. 

Address 226 Crescent St., Northampton, Mass. 

Alphonse Stewart Hogenauer (1923-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. New York, 
N. Y. June 27, 1898; A.B. Coll. City of N. Y. 1920; B.D. Epis. T.S. 
1924; curate and asst. St. Michael's ch. New York 1924-27; r. St. 
Paul's ch. Newark, N. J. 1927-. 

Address 62 South Tenth St., Roseville, Newark, N. J. 

Arthur Ellsworth Koch (1923-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Boston, Apr. 21, 
1897; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1924; curate Ch. of the Epiphany, Dorchester 
1924-25; asst. St. Luke's ch. Scranton, Pa. 1925-26; Chaplain, U.S. 
Navy, 1926-. Address Pulaski, Va. 

Walter Charles Langer (1923-24 Harv. Coll. stu.) S.B. Harv. 1923 
(25) ; A.M. 1926. Address 44 Chase Ave., Lexington, Mass. 

Robert William McClure (1923-24 non-grad.) b. Lewisburg, Pa. Mar. 
23, 1886; A.B. Dartmouth 1916; ord. Bethel, Vt. Sept. 18, 1914 and p. 
1914-15; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Shaowu, China 1916- 

Address Care of A.B.C.F.M., 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Asa Wright Mellinger (1923-24 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Washingtonville, 
Ohio, Sept. 21, 1897; A.B. Mt. Union Coll. 1920; S.T.B. Boston 
Univ. 1923; S.T.M. 1925; ord. Rowley, Dec. 4, 1925 and p. 1925-. 

Address Rowley, Mass. 

Llewelyn Arnold Owen (1923-24 spec, stu.) b. Somerville, Apr. 18, 
1898; A.A. Tufts Coll. 1923; S.T.B. Crane Theol. Sch. 1924; ord. 
Community ch. (Unit, and Univ.) Danvers and p. 1923-25; p. Univ. 
ch. Sycamore, 111. 1925-26; min. of Rel. Educ. New First ch. Chicago 
from 1927. Address 1613 Washington Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

Joseph Jones Russell (1922-24 non-grad.) b. Ilion, N.Y. Dec. 27, 1893; 
A.B. Williams Coll. 1916; S.T.B. Harv. 1924; ord. Second ch. Beverly, 
Dec. 10, 1924 and p. 1924-. Address North Beverly, Mass. 

William Le Roy Schofer (1923-26 non-grad.) b. Rock Island, 111. Aug. 
31, 1900; A.B. Beloit Coll. 1923. Address Rock Island, 111. 

Jacob Shankman (1923-25 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1923; A.M. 
1925. Address 191 Washington Ave., Chelsea, Mass. 

Nelson Harvey Smith (1923-24 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1913; 
A.M. 1924; in business. 

Address Care Smith, Patterson Co., 52 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Lisle Burroughs Swenson. See Lisle Burroughs. 

Charles Lincoln Taylor (1923-24 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Hartford, Conn. 
Jan. 27, 1901; A.B. Williams 1921 and Oxford, Eng. 1923; B.D. Epis. 
T.S. 1924; asst. St. John's ch. Waterbury, Conn. 1924-25; teaching 
fellow Epis. T.S. and min. St. John's Memorial Chapel, Cambridge, 
Mass. 1925-. Address 99 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 

119 



1924-1925 ALUMNI 

Donald Timerman (1923-24 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. Minnea- 
polis, Minn. Dec. 20, 1894; A.B. Univ. Minn, 1917; p. (Meth.) Wesley 
Foundation, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1924-25; King Ave. Columbus, O. 
1926-. Address King Ave. Methodist Church, Columbus, Ohio. 

Lewis Henry Titterton (1923-24 Harv. T.S. stu.; 1924-25 Harv. gr. sch. 
stu.) b. York, England, Dec. 22, 1900; A.B. Cambridge Univ. 
Eng. 1923; with The Macmillan Company, 1926-. 

Address 113 Bedford St., New York, N. Y. 

1925 

James Luther Adams (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Ritzville, Wash. 
Nov. 12, 1901; A.B. Univ. of Minn. 1924; S.T.B. Harv. 1927; ord. 
(Unit.) Second ch. Salem, May 15, 1927 and p. 1927-. 

Address Salem, Mass. 

Frederick Winthrop Alden (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Whitman, 
Apr. 30, 1897; A.B. Dartmouth 1919. Address Plympton, Mass. 

Horace Wilkinson Briggs (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Providence, 
R. I. Sept. 29, 1899; ord. (New Ch.) June 22, 1924. 

Address 2132 Overbrook Ave., Lake wood, Ohio. 

Hugh Melvin Day (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Huntington, W. Va. 
Oct. 2, 1900; A.B. Marshall Coll. 1923; S.T.B. Harv. 1927; ord. 
(Presb.) 1926; p. Newburyport from 1926. 

Address 15 Parsons St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Milen Cotrel Dempster (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. San Francisco, Cal. 
June 2, 1900; A.B. Univ. of Cal. 1923; S.T.B. Harv. 1926; p. First 
Unit, church, Stockton, Cal. from 1926. 

Address 725 No. San Joaquin St., Stockton, Cal. 

Horace William Baden Donegan (1924-26 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Mattock, 
Eng. May 17, 1901; St. Stephen's Coll. and Oxford Univ.; B.D. 
Epis. Theol. Sch. 1927. Address Lawrence Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Francis Kiei Endo (1924-26 non-grad.) b. Fukushima, Japan, July 14, 
1894; A.B. Pomona Coll. 1924; S.T.B. Harv. 1927. 

Address Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Gonard Andreas Felland (1924-25 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) b. Stoughton, 
Wis. Dec. 9, 1901; A.B. St. Olaf Coll. 1923; A.M. Harv. 1925; instr. 
Eng. Indiana Univ. 1926-27. Address Stoughton, Wis. 

Abbee Fielding (1924-25 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1926. 

Address Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Roy Melvin Grindy (1924-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. N. Adams, Jan. 10,- 
1899; A.B. Williams 1920. Address Medford Hillside, Mass. 

Stewart Clark Harbinson (1924-25 res. grad.) b. Altanamacke Co., 
Armagh, Ireland, Sept. 13, 1887; BA. Royal Univ. of Ireland 1907; 
B.D. Edinburgh Univ. 1911; A.M. Harv. 1925. 

Address 95 Brondesbury Rd., London, Eng. 

120 



ALUMNI 1925 

Cyril Beverly Harris (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Nova Scotia, May 5, 
1891; A.B. Harv. 1913; B.D. General Theol. Sem. 1916. 

Address Tiverton, R. I. 

John Upham Harris (1924-26 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Lake Forest, 111. Aug. 
31, 1901; A.B. Harv. 1924; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1927. 

Address Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Isaac Inouye (1924-25 Harv. Coll. stu.) Kwansei Gakuin, 1913; Boston 
Univ. School of Rel. Ed. 1924. 

Address Hotel Argonne, Bulfinch St., Boston, Mass. 

A. H. Kalish (1924-25 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

Address 68 Munroe St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Arnold Oakley Kenyon (1924-25 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. 
Margaretville, N. Y. Apr. 24, 1896; A.B. Bucknell Univ. 1922; A.M. 
Univ. de Montpellier, France; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1925; World War 
service in France 19 months; ord. (Meth.) deacon 1923; elder 1924; 
p. Community ch. Comstock, Neb. Address Comstock, Neb. 

Hisawo Kurihara (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Izu, Japan, Sept. 20, 
1895; dipl. Meiji-Gakuin 1917; dipl. do. theol. dept. 1921; B.D. 
Union Theol. Sem. 1924. Address Tokyo, Japan. 

John Bertram Lyte (1924-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Lynn, Nov. 28, 1899; 
St. Stephen's Coll; asst. Grace ch. Lawrence 1926-. 

Address Shawsheen Village, Andover, Mass. 

Davidson Rankin McBride (1924-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Newcastle, Pa. 
Dec. 17, 1896; A.B. Coll. of Emporia 1919 and Oxford Univ. 1922. 

Address Wellesley, Mass. 

Burleigh Voorhees Mathews (1924-26 S.T.B.) b. Andover, Mar. 8, 
1877; A.B. Boston Univ. 1900; LL.B. Yale 1905; Battalagundu, 
India 1908-24; p. Union Cong. ch. Bartlett, N. H. 1926-. 

Address Bartlett, N. H. 

Ralph Leland Minker (1924-25 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. North 
East, Md. Nov. 22, 1897; A.B. Dickinson Coll. 1920; S.T.B. Boston 
Univ. 1923; p. (Meth.) Cochituate, 1925. 

Address 8 Green St., Concord, N. H. 

Leslie Talbot Pennington (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Spiceland, Ind. 
Oct. 30, 1899; A.B. Earlham Coll. 1922; S.T.B. Harv. 1926; ord. 
(Unit.) Lincoln, Sept. 24, 1926; asst. min. King's Chapel, Boston 
1926-. Address Lincoln, Mass. 

Robert Fulton Pfeifer (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Sheboygan Falls, 
Wis. Aug. 7, 1901; A.B. Univ. of Wis.; ord. deacon (Meth.) Sept. 
1926. Address Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Frederick Eppling Reinartz (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. East Liverpool, 
Ohio, June 21, 1901; A.B. Gettysburg Coll. 1924; stu. Lutheran 
Theol. Sem. Philadelphia. 

Address 216 Jackson St., E. Liverpool, Ohio. 

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1925-1926 ALUMNI 

William Joseph Rooke (1924-25 non-grad.) b. Niagara Falls, Ont. 
Feb. 13, 1890; A.B. Princeton 1924. Address Millis, Mass. 

Tom Rowley (1924-26 non-grad.) b. Padiham, Lanchasire, Eng. Nov. 5, 
1895; A.B. Victoria Univ. of Manchester 1926; A.M. 1917. 

Address Burnley, Lancashire, Eng. 

Adolf Sannwald (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Eislingen, Germany, Jan. 
8, 1901; student Univ. of Tubingen 1919-21, 1922-23; Univ. of Berlin 
1921-22; Univ. of Marburg 1922. 

Address Eislingen, Wurttemberg, Germany. 

Alfred George Henry Schmalz (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Weehawken, 
N. J. Apr. 12, 1904; A.B. Princeton 1924. 

Address 9 Bonn Place, Weehawken, N. J. 

Leo Walder Schwarz (1924-26 Harv. Coll. stu.) A.B. Harv. 1926. 

Address Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Alva John Shaller (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Canadian, Tex., Oct. 
24, 1892; A.B. Univ. of Texas 1915. Address Stow, Mass. 

Hooper Reynolds Shaw (1924-26 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Marblehead, Apr. 
12, 1902; A.B. St. Stephen's Coll. 1924; B.D. Epis. Theol. Sch. 1927. 

Address Lawrence Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Alexander Szent-Ivanyi (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Transylvania, 
Roumania, Jan. 18, 1902; Coll. of Targul-Mures, and Theol. 
Academia, Cluj, Transylvania, Roumania; S.T.M. Harv. 1926. 

Address Unitarius Collegium, Cluj, Roumania. 

William Thomson (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Doune, Scotland, Apr. 
28, 1889; M.A. Univ. of Glasgow 1907; B.D. Hartford 1911; Ph.D. 
Harv. 1924; inst. Sem. Langs. Harv. 1924-. 

Address 32 Linnsean St., Cambridge, Mass. 

David Elton Trueblood (1924-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Pleasantville, la. 
Dec. 12, 1900; A.B. Penn. Coll. 1922; S.T.B. Harv. 1926; sec. Friends' 
Meeting, Boston. 

Address 945 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Louis Van Ess (1924-25 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Milwaukee, Wis. Nov. 21, 
1897; A.B. Beloit Coll. 1923; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1926; sec. of Rel. Educ. 
Diocese of Albany 1926-. 

Address 68 So. Swan St., Albany, N. Y. 

Pascal Wolf Winer (1924-25 Harv. Coll. stu.) S.B. Harv. 1926. 

Address 24 East 120th St., New York, N. Y. 



1926 

Albert Solomon Anderson (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Groton, Vt. 
Jan. 22, 1902; A.B. Dartmouth 1924. 

Address 8 Green St., Watertown, Mass. 

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ALUMNI 1926 

Percival Rogers Bakeman (1925-26 Newton Th. Inst, stu.) b. Auburn, 
Me. Feb. 18, 1882; A.B. Brown Univ. 1903; Newton Theol. Inst. 
1903-06; ord. (Bapt.) Chelsea, June 28, 1906; Miss'y A.B.M.U. 
Hangchow, China 1906-19; prof. Theol. Shanghai Bapt. Coll. 1919- 
25; Miss'y Hangchow, China 1926-. 

Address Care A.B.F.M.S. Hangchow, China. 

Everett Moore Baker (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Newtonville, Aug. 
28, 1901; S.B. Dartmouth 1925. 

Address 490 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Harry Blumberg (1925-26 Harv. gr. sch. stu.) S.B. N. Y. Univ. 1924; 
A.M. Columbia Univ. 1925. 

Address 180 Middle St., New Bedford, Mass. 

John Raymond Chadwick (1925-26 Boston Univ. S.T. stu.) b. Condit, 
Ohio, Sept. 8, 1896; A.B. Ohio Wesleyan Univ. 1920; S.T.B. Boston 
Univ. 1924; ord. (Meth.) 1923; p. West Cong. ch. Taunton 1923-27. 

Address 184 South Walker St., Taunton, Mass. 

John Richard Cheney (1925-26 Boston Univ. S.T. stu.) b. Maiden, 
Feb. 11, 1897; A.B. Mt. Union Coll. 1921; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1924. 

Address 229 Eliot St., Milton, Mass. 

James Storkopf Chubb (1925-26 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. 
Baxter Springs, Kan. Jun. 20, 1901; A.B. Baker Univ. 1922; S.T.B. 
Boston Univ. 1925; ord. deacon (Meth.) 1924. 

Francis Pratt Daniels (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Union City, Mich. 
Sept. 8, 1875; ord. (Unit.) Charlestown, N. H. May 10, 1922 and p. 
1921-24; Milford, N. H. 1924-. Address Milford, N. H. 

James Belcher Ford (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Kings Lynn, Eng. 
Apr. 28, 1887. Address 33 Milton St., Arlington, Mass. 

John Wesley Grande (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Pocomoke City, Md. 
Sept. 18, 1895; A.B. Dickinson Coll. 1922; B.D. Garrett Bib. Inst. 
1924; S.T.M. Northwestern Univ. 1925; p. First Meth. ch. Bisbee, 
Ariz. 1926-. Address P.O. Box 681, Bisbee, Ariz. 

Sigfrid Ebenhard Green (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Sweden, Jan. 16, 
1891. Address 22 Russell St., Waltham, Mass. 

Miles Hanson, Jr. (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Leeds, Eng. Mar. 4, 1893; 
A.B. Harv. 1920. Address Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Harley Daniel Hawver (1925-26 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. 
Paulding, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1895; A.B. Ohio Northern Univ. 1922; 
S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1925; ord. (Meth.) 1924; p. Newport, N. H. 

Address 21 Park St., Newport, N. H. 

Robert Mountain Henschen (1925-26 Harv. Coll. stu.) 

Address Holworthy Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Henry John Hokenson (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Stromsburg, Neb. 
Jan. 26, 1904; A.B. Upsala Coll. 1925. 

Address 142 Farrington St., Wollaston, Mass. 

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1926 ALUMNI 

Thomas Jacob (1925-26 non-grad.) b. Palghot, India, May 3, 1897; S.B. 
Middlebury Coll. 1925; A.M. 1925. 

Address Andover Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Francis Marion Jones (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Hutchinson, Kan. 
Apr. 12, 1895; A.B. George Washington Univ. 1921; A.M. Teachers 
Coll. Columbia Univ. 1924. 

Address 316 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Bertram Kimball Little (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Marblehead, July 
27, 1899; S.B. Harv. 1923. 

Address 250 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 

William Warren Lundell (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Nov. 28, 1900; A.B. Univ. of Minn. 1924. 

Address Divinity Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Harry Lincoln MacKenzie (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Prince Edward 
Isl. July 19, 1893; Ph.B. Brown 1922; B.D. Bangor 1923; ord. 1919; 
p. Second ch. Lynnfield 1920-22; assoc. p. Union ch. Boston 1922-24. 

Address R.R.I Cardigan, P.E.I., Canada. 

Ralph Marcus (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. San Francisco, Cal. Aug. 17, 
1900; A.B. Columbia Univ. 1919; A.M. 1920. 

Address 531 W. 124th St., New York, N. Y. 

John Henry Meengs (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Chicago, 111. June 28, 
1897; A.B. Hope Coll. 1920; A.M. 1925; Th.B. Western Theol. Sem. 
1925. Address Holland, Mich. 

Boynton Merrill (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Lowell, July 21, 1891; 
A.B. Dartmouth 1915; Union Theol. Sem. 1915-17 and dipl. 1926; 
ord. Pepperell, Jan. 2, 1918; chap. U.S.N. 1918-19; p. Putnam, Conn. 
1919-20, assoc. p. Old South, Boston, Mass. 1921-27; p. elect. West 
Newton 1927. Address 3 Winthrop St., West Newton, Mass. 

Virbrook Nutter (1925-26 Harv. School of Educ. stu.) b. Greenwood, 
Del. June 20, 1886; A.B. Wash. Miss'y Coll. 1920. 

Address 25 Hawthorne St., Woburn, Mass. 

Louis Leprilete Perkins (1925-26 Epis. T.S. stu.) b. Brookline, Feb. 12, 
1902; S.B. Harv. 1924; B.D. Epis. T.S. 1926; Min. Green River City, 
Wyo. Address Green River City, Wyo. 

Robert Franklin Priest (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Chicago, 111. Nov. 
27, 1899; A.B. Harv. 1922 (25); ord. (Disc.) July 26, 1925. 

Address 3739 N. Marshfield Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Elmo Arnold Robinson (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Portland, Me. 
Jan. 1, 1887; S.B. Mass. Inst. Tech. 1909; B.D. St. Lawrence Univ. 
1912; ord. (Univ.) Watertown, N. Y. 1912; p. Henderson 1911-13; 
asst. Physiology and Hygiene, Wellesley Coll. 1913-14; p. Anderson, 
Ind. 1914-17; Plain City, Ohio, 1917-19; director rel. educ. (Unit.) 
San Diego, Cal. 1919-21; p. Palo Alto, Cal. 1921-26; director No. 
Cal. Com. Amer. Civil Liberties Union; author The Universalist 
Church in Ohio. Address Box 719, Menlo Park, Cal. 

124 



ALUMNI 1926 

Rudolph W Roth (1924-25 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Lowell, Mich. Apr. 3, 
1893; A.B. Olivet Coll. 1923; p. Atlanta and Big Rock, Mich. 1916-18; 
World War service in France four months; p. First ch. Galesburg, 
Mich. 1920-25; ord. First ch. Battle Creek, Apr. 20, 1925; asst. min. 
Central ch. Providence, R. I. 1925-26; p. Covert, Mich. 1926- 

Address Covert, Mich. 

George William Shepherd (1925-26 non-grad.) b. Mataura, N. Z. Nov. 
20, 1894; ord. Wellesley, May 11, 1926; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 1924-. 

Address Kienning, West Kiangsi, China. 

Herman Van Lunen (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Netherlands, Aug. 12, 
1893; A.B. Calvin Coll. 1920; Th.M. Princeton Theol. Sem. 1923; A.M. 
Princeton Univ. 1924. Address 54 Crescent St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Ernest Weals (1925-26 Boston Univ. Sch. Theol. stu.) b. Pelsall, Eng. 
Oct. 1, 1894; A.B. Mt. Union Coll. 1922; S.T.B. Boston Univ. 1925. 

Address Fredericksburg, Ohio. 

Francis Winthrop Woodruff (1925-26 Harv. T.S. stu.) b. Wimbledon, 
Surrey, Eng. Mar. 24, 1896; St. Edmunds Coll. Ware, Herts, Eng. 
1915-19; St. John's Sem. Wonersh, Surrey, Eng. 1919-21; ord. (Cath.) 
1921; asst. pr. Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, 1922-25. 

Address (Mother's) 87 Woodstock Rd., Oxford, Eng. 



125 



NECROLOGY 1908-1927 



Arranged by years 



(Date of Death Unknown) class 

William Ely Boies 1849 

Thomas Shepherd Goodwin 1855 

Charles Henry Pratt 1861 

Walter Howard Ayres 1872 

Peter Wagner 1875 

Joseph Alexander Tomlinson 1876 

Felix Shaw Hamel 1877 

Charles Franklin Burleigh 1878 

Albert Waldo Crockett 1898 

Fred Keightley Gamble 1904 

1908 (additional) 

Edwin Alexander Spence 1864 

Newell Stephen Wright 1873 

1909 

Henry Hurlburt 1839 

Thomas Wright 1839 

Moses Eaton Wilson 1845 

Thomas Eliakim Bliss 1851 

George Park Fisher 1851 

Eliphalet Whittlesey 1851 

Henry Johnson Patrick 1853 

John Hyrcanus Mellish 1854 

Edwin Watts Shaw 1855 

John Moore 1857 

William Alfred Packard 1857 

Starr Hoyt Nichols 1860 

Thomas Albert Perkins 1861 

Edward Griffin Beckwith 1862 

Henry James Bruce 1862 

Samuel Barrett Pettingill 1866 

Newton Tracy Blakeslee 1868 

Frank Gray Clark 1869 

John Henry Jones 1870 

Alfred Edwards Tracy 1872 

Robert McEwen Woods 1872 

Albert Livermore 1873 

William Scott Ament 1877 

Otis Chickering 1890 

Robert Andrew MacFadden 1896 

1910 

William Salter 1843 

John Parsons 1848 

Issachar Lefavour 1849 

Herman Norton Barnum 1855 

Theodore Thornton Munger 1856 

William Wallace Livingston 1859 

Samuel Ralph Asbury 1860 

George Ingersoll Bard 1860 

Leonard Zenas Ferris 1860 

Alfred Augustus Ellsworth 1861 



CLASS 

Gilbert Otis Fay 1862 

James Anderson Laurie 1862 

Edward Lord Clark 1863 

Cyrus Pickett 1863 

Francis Hay den Boynton 1864 

Thomas Wetmore Bishop 1867 

William Edwards Park 1867 

William Merrick Bristoll 1869 

Henry Erastus Jewett 1869 

Morton Dexter 1870 

John Louis Ewell 1870 

William Dickinson Hart 1873 

Samuel Sherberne Mathews 1874 

Thomas Robinson 1875 

William Vail Wilson Davis 1877 

Charles Orrin Day 1877 

William Rogers Richards 1879 

Daniel Elijah Smith 1880 

Gilbert Brownell Balch 1881 

Daniel Webster Clarke 1881 

Herbert DeWitt Williams 1894 

1911 

Solomon Payson Fay 1847 

John Bascom 1855 

Edward Payson Crowell 1859 

John William Lane 1859 

Edward Nichols Goddard 1860 

Charles Marsh Mead 1862 

Henry Upson 1862 

Henry Bullard 1863 

Josiah Taylor Closson 1863 

William Skinner Hazen 1863 

George Roswell Leavitt 1863 

Alba Levi Parsons Loomis 1863 

Samuel Franklin French 1864 
Christopher Wilkinson Knauff 1864 

Hermann Ficke 1868 

Lewis Gregory 1868 

Henry Mitchell Whitney 1868 

Charles Sylvester Brooks 1869 

Samuel Henderson Virgin 1869 

Amory Howe Bradford 1870 

Frederick Haines Bartlett 1875 

Isaac Goodell 1877 

William Edgar Wolcott 1881 

David Collin Wells 1885 

George Shiel Young 1910 

1912 

Henry Bond Elliot 1843 
William Ainsworth Farns worth 1852 

John Russell Herrick 1852 



126 



NECROLOGY 



CLASS 

John Colby 1855 

Smith Norton 1858 

Abbott Eliot Kittredge 1859 

Edward Alexander Strong 1859 

George Henry Morss 1862 

Cyrus Pearl Osborne 1862 

John Alsop Paine 1862 

Benjamin Franklin Perkins 1864 

George Whitefield Phillips 1864 

John Alvah Mills Richardson 1866 

Charles Laurence Hubbard 1868 

Daniel Merriman 1868 

Charles McClellan Southgate 1870 

Robert Charles Bedford 1875 

Spencer Randolph Bonnell 1877 

George Augustus Gates 1880 

Hiram Janes Ferris 1886 

Hagop Caspar Bulbulian 1887 

Charles William Longren 1887 

1913 

Edward Augustus Renouf 1842 
Timothy Farrar Clary 1846 
James Carter Seagrave 1849 
Henry Cummings 1850 
William Ladd Ropes 1852 
Edwin Smith Skinner 1852 
John Willard 1853 
Jotham Bradbury Sewall 1854 
Charles Cutler Torrey 1854 
Ephraim Menachen Epstein 1856 
Charles Jenkins Hill 1856 
Nathan Wheaton Moore 1856 
Charles Fitch Morse 1856 
Joseph Boardman 1860 
Edward Gerrish Thurber 1862 
Josiah Edwards Kittredge 1864 
Stephen Knowlton 1865 
Samuel Warren Dike 1866 
Joseph Lanman 1867 
Nathan Schuyler Moore 1867 
William Harrington Warren 1868 
Leander Trowbridge Chamber- 
lain 1869 
Daniel Crosby Greene 1869 
George Daniel Marsh 1871 
Marvin Davis Bisbee 1874 
William Henry Hubbard 1874 
John Doane 1884 
Charles Carroll Kellogg 1887 
Charles Selwyn Rich 1895 

1914 

Augustus Smith 1847 

Charles Henry Gates 1850 

George Bent 1853 

Richard Gleason Greene 1853 

Edward Bingham Chamberlin 1854 

Stephen Denison Peet 1854 



CLASS 

Elnathan Ellsworth Strong 1855 

Charles Cutler 1856 

Charles Ray Palmer 1859 

George Augustus Beckwith 1860 

Richard Crittendon 1860 

Alexander McKenzie 1861 

George Burley Spalding 1861 

Henry Charles Haskell 1862 

William Enos Boise Moore 1862 

Henry Freeman Allen 1863 

James Haughton 1863 

George Sayles Bishop 1864 

George Austin Pelton 1864 

James Edward Wright 1865 

Bradford Morton Fullerton 1867 

Levi Gilbert Chase 1871 

Frederick Wyatt Fairfield 1871 

Theodore Constantine Pratt 1871 

Charles Henry Brooks 1873 

Peter Benton Shiere 1873 

Hamilton Mansfield Bartlett 1877 

Richard Montgomery Burr 1877 

George Hiram Bird 1879 

Edward Oscar Dyer 1881 
Ivory Hovey Bartlett Headley 1881 

Charles Loveland Merriam 1882 

Henry Field Ellinwood 1896 

Charles Frederick Lee 1909 

Fritz Daur 1914 

1915 

Henry Lewis Bullen 1846 

George Slocum Folger Savage 1847 

George Edwards Hill 1849 

Joshua Wyman Wellman 1850 

George Nye Boardman 1852 
Joseph Warren Pickering Carter 

1854 

Henry Mills 1854 

Isaac Bridgman 1859 

Azro Andrus Smith 1859 

Richard Ridgely Bird 1860 

John Ellsworth Goodrich 1860 

Norman Seaver 1860 

George Washburn 1860 

William Henry Bo wen 1861 

Perley Bacon Davis 1861 

Charles Morgan Pierce 1861 

Thomas Roberts 1861 

George Curtiss 1863 

Austin Luther Park 1863 

Asher Henry Wilcox 1863 

Henry Edward Butler 1864 

Arthur Little 1864 

Samuel Page Fowler 1866 

Emery Gilbert Chadwick 1867 

Amos Skeele 1867 

Albert Bowers 1868 

Sereno D wight Gammel 1868 



127 



NECROLOGY 



CLASS 

Joseph Carlton Plumb 1868 

John Phelps Taylor 1868 

Franklin Parker Wood 1871 

Charles Joseph Hardy Ropes 1875 

Francis Edward Marsten 1876 

Silas Anderson Spooner 1878 

George Allen Mathews 1879 

George Young Washburn 1880 

Herbert Warner Stebbins 1882 
Theodore Chickering Williams 1882 

George Wallace Shaw 1884 

George Herbert Grannis 1886 

Alford Brown Penniman 1886 

Edwin Ray Smith 1892 

Elijah Henry Roper 1897 

Arthur Howe Pingree 1898 

1916 

Artemas Dean 1848 

Lorenzo Prentice Blood 1849 

Henry Isaac Coe 1850 

Daniel Bliss 1855 

Prescott Fay 1855 

Augustus Hart Carrier 1856 

James Franklin Clarke 1858 

William Henry Fenn 1858 

William Hayes Ward 1859 

James At wood Bates 1860 

Lucien Harper Adams 1861 

Lucius Root Eastman 1861 

Albert Adams Young 1861 

Lucius Hopkins Higgins 1863 

Nathan Bangs Knapp 1863 

George Huntington 1865 

Mason Noble 1866 

Thomas W Thompson 1866 

John Low Rogers Trask 1867 

DeWitt Scoville Clark 1868 

James Wesley Cooper 1868 

James Gregory Dougherty 1868 

Henry Dwight Porter 1870 

William Franklin Davis 1873 

George Edwards Love joy 1873 

Robert John Matthews 1875 

Walter Rice 1875 

George Wolcott Brooks 1877 

John Peter Jones 1878 

Egbert Newcomb Munro 1880 

Edward Danforth Curtis 1882 
Charles Frederick Burroughs 1890 

Louis Fletcher Berry 1894 

Percival Freeman Marston 1894 

Benjamin Eastwood Ray 1898 

Arthur Elmer Hartwell 1899 
Charles Richard Peacock Newton 

1906 

Merrill Stanton Gaunt 1915 



1917 



William Porter 



1843 



CLASS 

Edward Robie 1843 

William Bainbridge Rice 1853 

Samuel Ward Boardman 1855 

William Smith Thompson 1857 

Charles Wallace Clark 1858 

Joseph Torrey 1858 

Nathaniel Lord Upham 1858 

Calvin Butler Hulbert 1859 

Albert Bradstreet Peabody 1859 

Alvah Lillie Frisbie 1860 

Simeon Gilbert 1860 

Charles Hardon 1860 

Charles Artemas Kent 1860 

Frederick Alphonso Noble 1861 

Daniel Foster Savage 1861 

Henry Anthony Goodhue 1862 

Nathan Thompson 1865 

William Henry Dowden 1866 

Leverett Wilson Spring 1867 

Mosely Hooker Williams 1867 

Lyman Walker Winslow 1867 

Ethan Curtis 1868 

Charles Chester Cragin 1869 

Edward Newman Packard 1869 

Elijah Janes 1870 

Hiram Payson Barnes 1872 

Edwin Sprague Gould 1873 

William Avery Lamb 1873 

John Wood Hird 1874 

Frank Louis Bristol 1875 

George Lyman Dickinson 1876 

John Edward Russell 1876 

Edward Everett Bacon 1877 

Albert Francis Newton 1877 

James Luther Fowle 1878 

Malan Humphey Wright 1879 

William Ichabod Nichols 1880 

William DeWitt Hyde 1882 

Franklin Solomon Fitch 1883 

Ernest Warburton Shurtleff 1888 

Edward Byron Stiles 1888 

Walter Allen Evans 1889 

1918 

Orson Parda Allen 1855 

Henry Fairbanks 1857 

Elijah Stites Fairchild 1859 

John Alexander Ross 1860 

Isaac Clark 1861 

Edward Chase 1862 

James Albert Howe 1862 

Jonathan Young Stanton 1862 

John Otis Barrows 1863 

Edward Brown Furbish 1863 

Arthur Martin Wheeler 1863 

Samuel Haven Hilliard 1865 

Joseph Hopkins Twichell 1865 

John Kilbourn Williams 1866 

Alden Allen 1867 



128 



NECROLOGY 



George Phelps Byington 
James Alexander Daly 
Henry Grimes Marshall 
William Henry Ryder 
Frank Dana Sargent 
Martin Luther Williston 
James Fiske Merriam 
Ephraim Meacham Corey 
Austin Samuel Garver 
James Kellogg Kilbourn 
John Tefft Ward 
Charles Carroll Carpenter 
Francis Parker 
Nathan Tirrell Dyer 
Samuel Theodore Kidder 
William De Loss Love 
Robert MacKemmie Higgins 
John Merriam 
George Champlin Shepard 

Southworth 
Charles Selden Vaile 
Daniel Wingate Waldron 
William Abbott Perkins 
Edgar Benjamin French 
Robert Hugh Cochrane 
Constantinos I. Constantine 
William Henry James Willby 
Rees Williams 

1919 

Oliver Brown 

Franklin Deming Ayer 

Henry Mills Alden 

William Crawford 

Eldridge Mix 

Charles Henry Hitchcock 

Frederick Webster Osborn 

Daniel Warren Richardson 

Samuel Butler Sherrill 

Albert Reed 

Edward Taylor Fairbanks 

Charles Henry Williams 

Gabriel Havens De Bevoise 

Benjamin Franklin Hamilton 1864 

William Penn Alcott 

John Rodney Barnes 

George Lyman Locke 

Ephraim Eliphalet Pearson 

Abbott 
Samuel Ingersoll Briant 
Isaac Pierson 
Horace Bumstead 
Adolphus Frederick Schauffler 1871 
Joel Fiske Whitney 
William Parmalee Sprague 
Thomas Franklin Waters 
William Thomas Swinnerton 
Edward Sampson Tead 
Joseph Frederick Flint 



CLASS 




CLASS 


1867 


James A Jones 


1886 


1867 


Duncan McDermid 


1888 


1868 


Sidney Augustus Burnaby 


1892 


1869 


Ginzo Naruse 


1892 


1869 


John Charles Campbell 


1895 


1869 


George Harold Ellis 


1902 


1870 






1871 


1920 




1871 


Lyman Warner 


1857 


1872 


Francis Howe Johnson 


1860 


1873 


William Louis Bray 


1861 


1875 


Henry Strong Huntington 


1862 


1875 


Joseph Brown Ladd 


1865 


1876 


Horace Dutton 


1866 


1877 


James Griswold Merrill 


1866 


1878 


Henry Pitt Page 


1868 


1880 


Robert McCutcheon Hall 


1872 


1880 


Henry Ketcham 


1872 




Horace Hall Leavitt 


1873 


1880 


Charles Abner White 


1873 


1881 


John Philip Sanderson 


1874 


1886 


James Horace Pettee 


1877 


1888 


Leonard Baker Tenney 


1878 


1897 


Rufus Babcock Tobey 


1880 


1899 


Frederick Augustus Holden 


1883 


1913 


James Edwin Odlin 


1884 


1914 


Arley Barthlow Show 


1885 


1917 


Theodore Woodruff Haven 


1887 




William Watson Ranney 


1892 




Burton Smith Gilman 


1894 


1857 


Pemberton Hale Cressey 


1898 


1859 


Giles Gorton Brown 


1899 


1860 


Ernest Carlton Davis 


1906 


1860 


Reuben Albert Goodwin 


1908 


1860 


James Perry 


1913 


1861 






1861 


1921 




1861 


Julian Monson Sturtevant 


1859 


1861 


Lewis Francis 


1860 


1862 


John Whitehill 


1861 


1863 


Azel Washburn Wild 


1862 


1863 


Robert Grosvenor Hutchins 


1864 


1864 


Edward Norton 


1864 


1864 


John Perry Barrett 


1867 


1865 


Benjamin Angier Dean 


1867 


1865 


Edward Moore Williams 


1868 


1865 


George Trumbull Ladd 


1869 




Leroy Matthew Pierce 


1869 


1867 


Charles Henry Rowley 


1871 


1867 


William Henry Teel 


1871 


1869 


James Henry Ecob 


1872 


1870 


Edward Winthrop Jenney 


1873 


1871 


Augustus Marcus Rice 


1874 


1871 


John Edward Smith 


1874 


1873 


Edward George Stone 


1874 


1875 


Leverett Supply Woodworth 


1874 


1876 


William Albert Rand 


1875 


1878 


Elmer Jaynes Beach 


1876 


1880 


Thomas Davidson Christie 


1877 



129 



NECROLOGY 



CLASS 

Myron Oscar Harrington 1877 

Henry Carter Adams 1878 

Charles Parkhurst 1880 

George Brainerd Wellington 1881 

William Franklin Coburn 1882 

John Wesley Threlfall 1920 

1922 

George William Harlan 1851 

Giles Buckingham Willcox 1851 

Walter Frear 1854 

John Alexander Hamilton 1858 

George Street Biscoe 1860 

Luther Tracy Townsend 1862 

Fayette Hurd 1863 

George Leroy Gleason 1864 

Myron Andrews Munson 1864 

Henry Anstice 1865 

Charles Thaddeus Haynes 1866 

William Hamilton Phipps 1866 

George Harris 1869 

Sidney Crawford 1870 

Henry Collins Woodruff 1871 

Rufus Cushman Flagg 1872 

James Bartlett Gregg 1874 

George Milton Howe 1874 

Kingsley Flavel Norris 1876 

Samuel Hodgkiss 1880 

James Miller Bennett 1882 

Edgar Thomas Farrill 1882 

Langdon Lauriston Ward 1884 

Stephen Henry Robinson 1885 

Benjamin Whipple Pennock 1886 

Alexander Peter McDonald 1894 
George Richardson Dickinson 1898 

1923 

Temple Cutler 1860 

Joseph Bourne Clark 1861 

Edward Elisha Herrick 1862 

Theodore Strong Pond 1863 

Jay Clizbe 1864 

Edward Williams Morley 1864 

Hugh Elder 1866 

John Henry Morley 1866 

Holland Bard Fry 1868 

Daniel McKay Breckinridge 1869 

Albion Henry Johnson 1869 

Albert Elijah Dunning 1870 

James Taylor Graves 1870 

Charles Henry Merrill 1870 

William Henry Cobb 1872 

George Augustus Foss 1873 

Joseph Bartlett Seabury 1874 

Charles Lothrop Noyes 1880 

Daniel Herbert Colcord 1881 

Joseph Henry Selden 1881 

John Ladd Sewall 1882 

Augustus Stiles Carrier 1884 



CLASS 

Newton Irving Jones 1884 

Charles Fremont Roper 1885 

Clarence Cady Lyon 1890 

Edward Glenfaun Spencer 1893 

William Foster Stearns 1893 

Robert Wayland Dunbar 1898 

John George McKay 1916 

Raymond Henry Fuller 1920 

1924 

Laurenus Clark Seelye 1860 

John Codman Labaree 1861 

William Burnet Wright 1861 

John Henry Denison 1866 

Addison Blanchard 1868 

Ezra Brainerd 1868 

Evarts Kent 1869 

Stephen Morrell Newman 1871 

Albert Weston Moore 1872 

John Healy Williams 1873 

Roselle Theodore Cross 1874 

Frank Kimball Chase 1876 

Orison Swett Marden 1876 

Fred Lyman Allen 1877 

Reuben Bean Wright 1877 

James Herron Skiles 1880 

Melvin James Allen 1882 

Charles Homer Percival 1882 

George Nelson Musgrove 1885 

Owen Eaton Hardy 1894 

Garabed Manoug Missirian 1914 

1925 

Asa Severance Fiske 1859 

Henry Augustus Stevens 1860 

Chauncey Goodrich 1864 

Charles Herbert Richards 1865 

Frederick Baylies Allen 1866 

Newman Smyth 1867 

Marshall Munroe Cutter 1868 

David Dana Marsh 1868 

Edward Seymour Huntress 1869 

Moses Bross Thomas 1870 

Levi Rodgers 1871 

Henry Harrison Hamilton 1872 

Edward Augustine Benner 1874 

Samuel Elijah Eastman 1875 

Justus Newton Brown 1876 

John Henry Hoffman 1877 

William Lee Bond 1879 

George Shaw Butters 1881 

Samuel Valentine Cole 1887 

Robert Humphrey 1887 

Robert Archey Woods 1888 

Walter Perkins Hutchinson 1892 

Andrew Campbell 1896 

Frank Warren Dean 1898 

George Haines 1901 

Francis Howard Davis 1904 

George Henry Hefflon 1906 



130 



NECROLOGY 



1926 

George Frederick Herrick 
George Buckingham Beecher 
Francis Porter Woodbury 
William Jewett Tucker 
M. Angelo Dougherty 
Thomas Albert Emerson 
James Augustus Towle 
Burke Fay Leavitt 
William Haskell Woodwell 
George Walker Christie 
George Henry Tilton 
Edmond Cunningham Ingalls 
Rowland Stevenson Cross 
George Herbert Gutterson 
John Peabody Richardson 
Thomas McClelland 
Frank Newhall White 
Harry LeRoy Brickett 
Amos Frederic Dunnels 
Oscar Garland Mclntyre 



:lass 




CLASS 




Charles Sumner Murkland 


1884 


1859 


William Albert Sinclair 


1885 


1864 


Walter Perkins Taylor 


1885 


1864 


Andrew Webster Archibald 


1888 


1866 


Herbert Gardner Mank 


1888 


1867 


Newton Marshall Hall 


1891 


1869 


William Sherman Hunt 


1892 


1869 


David Kilburn 


1893 


1871 


Angus Martin McDonald 


1894 


1872 


Charles Petrie Marshall 


1905 


1873 


Austin Phelps Dean 


1911 


1873 


Laurence Frederic Eames 


1922 


1876 






1877 


1927 




1878 


George Thomas Washburn 


1858 


1879 


Edwin Augustus Adams 


1868 


1880 


Francis Edward Clark 


1876 


1881 


John Herbert 


1878 


1882 


Edwin Huntington Stickney 


1881 


1884 


John Barstow 


1887 


1884 


George Masters Woodwell 


1887 



131 



INDEX OF OFFICERS 



PAGE 

*Abbot, Jacob 1 

*Abbot, Nehemiah 1 

* Abbot, Samuel 1, 5 

*Adams, John 1 

*Aiken, John 2 

*Alden, Ebenezer 2 

♦Alden, Edmund Kimball 3 

*Anderson, Rufus 2 

♦Armstrong, Samuel Turell 2 
Arnold, William Rosenzweig 9 

*Bachelder, John 12 

*Bailey, Mark 11 

*Bancroft, Cecil Franklin Patch 3 

*Banister, William Bostwick 2, 6 

*Barber, Jonathan 11 

*Barrows, Elijah Porter 9, 10 

♦Bartlet, William 5 

Barton, James Levi 12 

*Bassett, William Garry 6 

♦Beckwith, George Cone 10, 11 

Bigelow, Edwin Victor 7 

*Bishop, Robert Roberts 3 

*Blanchard, Amos 2 

*Bliss, George 6 

Boynton, Nehemiah 4, 12 

Bradley, Dan Freeman 12 

Brotherston, Bruce Wallace 11 

*Brown, Moses 5 

Brown, William Adams 13 

Bullard, Washington Irving 5 

*Burgess, Ebenezer 2 



Cadbury, Henry Joel 

Calkins, Raymond 

Campbell, William Rogers 

Carter, Charles Francis 
*Carter, Franklin 

Carver, Thomas Nixon 

Cary, Otis 

Chapin, Arthur Beebe 
*Chapin, Calvin 
*Chapman, Reuben Atwater 
*Child, Linus 
*Child, Willard 
♦Church, John Hubbard 
*Churchill, John Wesley 
*Codman, John 
*Cogswell, William 
*Cole, Samuel Valentine 

Cook, Frank Gaylord 



8, 12, 13 

13 

6 

5 

3 

12 

12 

5 

6 

2 

2 

2 

2 

8, 10, 11 

6 

2 

6 

4 



*Dana, Daniel 
Davey, William Robert Park- 
house 



11 



PAGE 

Davis, Harold Stearns 5 

Davison, Archibald Thompson 12 

3, 4, 7, 9 
4 
6 
4 
11 
2 
12 
5 
6 



*Day, Charles Orrin 
*Day, Frank Ashley 
*Day, Jeremiah 
Dewey, Harry Pinneo 
*Dickinson, Baxter 
*Dimmick, Luther Fraseur 
*Dunning, Albert Elijah 
♦Dwight, Timothy 
*Dwight, William Theodore 



♦Eaton, William Wells 10 

♦Edwards, Bela Bates 8, 9 

♦Edwards, Justin 2, 7 

♦Emerson, Brown 2 

♦Emerson, Ralph 7, 9 

♦Eustis, William Tappan 6 

Evans, Daniel 8 

♦Evarts, Jeremiah 2 

♦Fairbanks, Horace 3 

Fairley, James A. 13 

♦Farrar, Samuel 1, 13 

♦Fiske, Daniel Taggart 2 

Fitch, Albert Parker 5, 7, 9 

♦Fitch, Eleazar Thompson 11 

Flanders, Charles Nelson 11 

♦Fletcher, Samuel 2 

♦Fobes, Edwin F. 5 

♦French, Jonathan 1 

♦Frese, Georg Bernhard 11 

Gardiner, Harry Norman 4 

Gates, Owen Hamilton 11, 13 

Gordon, George Angier 4 

♦Gray, Burton Payne 4 

♦Griffin, Edward Dorr 8 

♦Gulliver, John Putnam 10 

Gunnison, Binney 11 

Guthrie, Ernest Graham 13 



♦Hackett, Horatio Balch 

Hale, Harris Grafton 
♦Hall, Gordon 
♦Hardy, Alpheus 
♦Hardy, Alpheus Holmes 
♦Harris, George 
♦Hazard, Rowland 
♦Herrick, George Frederick 

Hincks, Edward Young 
♦Hoadly, Loammi Ives 

Hocking, William Ernest 

Hodous, Lewin 
♦Holmes, Abiel 



10 
5 
6 

2 

3 
3, 4, 7, 8 

3 
12 
8, 10 
11 
11 
12 

1 



133 



INDEX OF OFFICERS 





PAGE 




PAGE 


*Hopkins, Mark 


6 


♦Phillips, Samuel (1715-90) 


1 


Howard, Rossiter 


12 


*Phillips, Samuel (1752-1802) 


1 


♦Hubbard, Samuel 


2 


♦Phillips, William (1722-1804) 


1 


*Hubbard, William Joseph 


2 


♦Phillips, William (1750-1827) 


1 


*Humphrey, Heman 


6 


♦Platner, John Winthrop 


7,9 


*Hyde, William 


2 


♦Porter, Ebenezer 


7,8 






Pratt, James Bissett 


12 


Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall 


13 






*Jackson, Samuel Cram 


2 


♦Quincy, Josiah 


1 


*Johnson, Osgood 


2 


♦Quint, Alonzo Hall 


6 


Jones, John Peter 


12 






Jones, Rufus Matthew 


13 


♦Reed, William 


6 






Richards, George Lyman 


12 


*Kingsbury, John 


2 


Ripley, Alfred Lawrence 


3,4 


*Knapp, George Brown 


3,4 


♦Robbins, Rensselaer David 








Chanceford 


13 


La Piana, George 


12 


Roberts, Richard 


13 


*Leighton, George Frost Blunl 


; 11 


Rockwell, William Walter 


11 


*Little, Arthur 


6 


♦Robie, Edward 10, 13 


*Lowell, John 


1 


♦Robinson, Edward 8, 10, 13 






♦Root, George Frederick 


11 


McGiffert, Arthur Cushman 


12 


Ropes, James Hardy 


3,4 


*McKenzie, Alexander 


3,4 


♦Ropes, Joseph Samuel 


3 


*Marshall, Joshua Newell 


6 


♦Ropes, William Ladd 


13 


*Mason, Lowell 


11 


♦Rowe, Benjamin Franklin 


11 


*Mead, Charles Marsh 


9 


♦Russell, Charles Theodore 


6 


Merrill, Reuben 


11 


♦Russell, Francis Thayer 


11 


*Merrill, Selah 


13 


♦Russell, Thomas Hastings 


3, 6 


*Monroe, Lewis Baxter 


11 


♦Russell, William 


11 


Moore, Clifford Herschel 


3,4 


♦Ryder, William Henry 


8 


Moore, George Foot 


7,9 






Morgan, Clarence 


3,4 


Sawyer, James Cowan 


3,4 


*Morris, George Perry 


4 


♦Seelye, Julius Hawley 


6 


* Morse, Jedidiah 


1 


Sewall, Oliver Dana 


5 


Mott, John Raleigh 


12 


♦Shedd, William Greenough 




♦Murdock, James 


8,9 


Thayer 


9 






♦Skinner, Thomas Harvey 


8 


*Newman, Mark 


1 


Smart, George Thomas 


13 


*Newton, Joel Worthington 


10 


Smith, Arthur Henderson 


12 


*Norris, John 


5 


♦Smith, Asa Dodge 


6 


*Noyes, Charles Lothrop 


3,4 


♦Smith, Elias 


1 


*Noyes, Daniel 


2 


♦Smith, Henry Boynton 


10 






♦Smith, Peter 


3 


*Osborne, Theodore Moody 


3 


♦Smyth, Egbert Coffin 


7,9 






♦Smyth, Newman 


12 


Page, Frederick Harlan 


5 


Sperry, Willard Learoyd 5 


7,9 


Palmer, Albert Wentworth 


12 


♦Spring, Samuel 


6 


*Palmer, Ray 


6 


♦Stanwood, Arthur Grimes 


4 


Park, Charles Edwards 


13 


♦Starbuck, Charles Casey 


10 


*Park, Edwards Amasa 


7,8 


Stearns, Alfred Ernest 


3,4 


Park, John Edgar 


13 


♦Stearns, Josiah 


1 


*Pearson, Eliphalet 


1,8 


♦Stearns, William Augustus 


2 


*Pease, Theodore Claudius 


8 


Stimson, Henry Albert 


6- 


*Pemberton, Ebenezer 


1 


Stimson, Henry Lewis 


3,4 


*Phelps, Austin 


8 


♦Stone, Timothy Dwight Porter 11 


*Phillips, John (1719-95) 


1 


♦Storrs, Richard Salter 


6 


*Philhps, John (1776-1820) 


1 


♦Stowe, Calvin Ellis 


8, 10 


*Phillips, John (1780-1823) 


1 


♦Street, Owen 


11 


*Phillips, Jonathan 


2 


Strong, William Ellsworth 


13 



134 



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PAGE 


*Stuart, Moses 


8 


Suter, John Wallace, Jr. 


13 


♦Sweetser, Seth 


2 


*Symmes, William 


1 


*Talcott, Daniel Smith 


10 


*Tappan, David 


1 


♦Taylor, Edward 


2 


Taylor, John Lord 


2, 7, 10 


*Taylor, John Phelps 


10 


Taylor, Oliver Alden 


10 


Taylor, Samuel Harvey 


2, 13 


♦Terry, Seth 


6 


♦Thayer, Joseph Henry 


8 


Thomas, John Martin 


12 


Tilton, Frederic William 


3 


♦Tobey, Edward 


2 


Torrey, Charles Cutler 


10, 11 


♦Treat, Selah Burr 


6 


♦Tucker, William Jewett 


8 


♦Upham, Thomas Cogswell 


10 


Usher, Samuel 


4 



Vernon, Ambrose White 
♦Vose, James Gardiner 

♦Walker, George Leon 
♦Walker, Williston 
♦Walley, Samuel Hall 
♦Walley, Samuel Hurd 

Wellman, Arthur Holbrook 
♦Wellman, Joshua Wyman 
♦Wendell, Oliver 

Weston, Thomas 
♦Whitney, Harvey Leseur 

Whittemore, William Frederick 
♦Willcox, William Henry 

Williams, Talcott 

Willmott, Benjamin Albert 

Winter, Irvah Lester 
♦Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg 
♦Woodruff, Frank Edward 
♦Woods, Leonard 
♦Woods, Leonard, Jr. 
♦Woods, Robert Archey 
♦Worcester, Samuel 



PAGE 

12 
3,4 



6 

13 

1 

2,6 

12 
3 
1 
6 

11 
4 
3 

12 
7 

11 
2 
8 
8 

10 

12 
6 



135 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



CLASS 

*Abbott, Ephraim Eliphalet 

Pearson 1867 

Abbott, Ernest Hamlin 1896 

Adams, Allison D wight 1875 

Adams, Charles Darwin 1882 

Adams, Edwin Augustus 1868 

*Adams, Fred Magee 1920 

Adams, George Irving 1895 

* Adams, Henry Carter 1878 
Adams, James Luther 1925 
Adams, Joseph Marion 1892 

* Adams, Lucien Harper 1861 
Adams, Myron Winslow 1884 
Adriance, Samuel Winchester 1877 
Aitchison, William 1917 
Aitken, William Ewart Maurice 

1910 

♦Alcott, William Penn 1865 

Alden, Frederick Winthrop 1925 

*Alden, Henry Mills 1860 

Aldrich, Donald Bradshaw 1920 

Alexander, James 1886 

♦Allen, Alden 1867 

Allen, Edgar Fletcher 1912 

Allen, Edward Percival 1884 

♦Allen, Fred Lyman 1877 

♦Allen, Frederick Baylies 1866 

♦Allen, Henry Freeman 1863 

♦Allen, Melvin James 1882 

♦Allen, Orson Parda 1855 

Allis, William Baker 1892 

Alvord, James Church 1888 

♦Ament, William Scott 1877 

Anderson, Albert Solomon 1926 

Anderson, Charles 1874 

Andrew, Frank Henry 1922 

Andrew, John Charles States 1902 

Andrews, George Arthur 1899 

Andrews, George Whitefield 1867 

♦Anstice, Henry 1865 

Appasamy, Aiyadurai Jesudasen 

1919 

♦Archibald, Andrew Webster 1888 

Armes, Arza Herbert 1889 

Arnold, Henry Tucker 1871 

Arya, Surendranath 1914 

♦Asbury, Samuel Ralph 1860 

Ashby, Thompson Eldridge 1911 

Atkins, Charles Howard 1902 

Attebery, Edgar Raymond 1923 

Atterbury, Anson Phelps 1879 

Attridge, James Percy 1920 

Atwood, Alfred Ray 1904 

Axtell, Archie Guy 1898 

♦Ayer, Franklin Deming 1859 



Ayers, Edward Everett 
♦Ayers, Walter Howard 

Babb, Thomas Earle 
♦Bacon, Edward Everett 
Badger, George Henry 
Bailey, Moses 
Bailey, Sidney Emory 
Bakeman, Percival Rogers 
Baker, Edwin Percy 
Baker, Ernest Lester 
Baker, Everett Moore 
Baker, George Henry 
Baker, Henry Rolfe 
Baker, Orrin Gay 
*Balch, Gilbert Brownell 
Baldwin, Cyrus Grandison 
Baldwin, Fritz Walter 



CLASS 

1903 

1872 

1868 

1877 

1886 

1922 

1874 

1926 

1917 

1894 

1926 

1897 

1890 

1877 

1881 

1876 

1913 

Baldwin, Joseph Clark 3d 1921 

Ball, George Sprague 1897 

Ballantine, William Osborne 1885 

Baltzer, Melbourne Owen 1910 

Banninga, John J. 1917 

Barber, Henry Alfred 1906 

Barbour, James Ernest 1890 

*Bard, George Ingersoll 1860 

Barker, Mandeville James 1915 

*Barnes, Hiram Payson 1872 

*Barnes, John Rodney 1865 

Barnes, Stephen Goodyear 1879 

*Barnum, Herman Norton 1855 

*Barrett, John Perry 1867 

♦Barrows, John Otis 1863 

Barry, Phillips 1912 

♦Barstow, John 1887 

Bartlett, Ernest Clark 1895 

*Bartlett, Frederick Haines 1875 

*Bartlett, Hamilton Mansfield 1877 

Bartlett, Samuel Colcord 1894 

Bartley, William Tenney 1897 

Barton, Clarence LeRoy 1907 

Bary, Emil Benjamin 1892 

*Bascom, John 1855 

Bates, Carroll McCloskey 1922 

♦Bates, James Atwood 1860 

Batt, William James 1858 

Bauhofer, Oskar Samuel 1924 

Bayes, Ralph Ernest 1919 

♦Beach, Elmer Jaynes 1876 

Beach, Harlan Page 1883 

Beal, Frank Peer 1915 

Beck, Dwight Marion 1923 

♦Beckwith, Edward Griffin 1862 

♦Beckwith, George Augustus 1860 

Beckwith, Walter Learned 1916 



137 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



CLASS 

♦Bedford, Robert Charles 1875 

Bedrosian, Kapriel 1919 

Beeber, Thomas Rissel 1872 

*Beecher, George Buckingham 1864 

Beede, Aaron McGaffey 1890 

Belknap, Arthur Train 1904 

Bell, Enoch Frye 1906 

Belliss, Francis Cyril Benson 1924 

Belshaw, Harold 1918 

*Benner, Edward Augustine 1874 

Bennett, Henry James 1901 

*Bennett, James Miller 1882 

Bennett, Richard Herbert 1921 

*Bent, George 1853 

Berle, Theodore Protas 1893 

Bernardin, Joseph Buchanan 1922 

Berridge, William Arthur 1916 

*Berry, Louis Fletcher 1894 

Binder, Abner Carroll 1917 

*Bird, George Hiram 1879 

*Bird, Richard Ridgely 1860 

Bisbee, Charles Eaton 1878 

Bisbee, John Bancroft 1917 

*Bisbee, Marvin Davis 1874 

*Biscoe, George Street 1860 

*Bishop, George Sayles 1864 

*Bishop, Thomas Wetmore 1867 

Bitler, Thomas Bruce 1916 

Bixby, Warren Newton 1916 

Black, Floyd Henson 1917 

Blake, Elmer Thomas 1895 

Blake, Henry Augustus 1876 

*Blakeslee, Newton Tracy 1868 

♦Blanchard, Addison 1868 

Blanchard, Edward Bickford 1892 

Blanshard, Paul Beecher 1915 

Bleakney, Edward Milton Addison 

1917 

Bliss, Alfred Veazie 1897 

*Bliss, Daniel 1855 

Bliss, Francis William 1924 

Bliss, George Colton 1895 

Bliss, Leon Duston 1888 

*Bliss, Thomas Eliakim 1851 

♦Blood, Lorenzo Prentice 1849 

Blue, James McDougall 1896 

Blumberg, Harry 1926 

*Boardman, George Nye 1852 

*Boardman, Joseph 1860 

*Boardman, Samuel Ward 1855 

Bocles, George Michael 1892 

*Boies, William Ely 1849 

Boisen, Anton Theophilus 1922 

*Bond, William Lee 1879 

*Bonnell, Spencer Randolph 1877 

Bos worth, William Augustus 1868 

Bouma, Clarence 1920 

Bourne, Alexander Phoenix 1894 

Bouton, Tilton Clark Hall 1881 



*Bowen, William Henry 
*Bowers, Albert 



CLASS 

1861 
1868 

Boyce, William Thomas 1911 

Boyd, Herbert Wendell 1886 
Boynton, Edward Chadbourne 

1914 

*Boynton, Francis Hay den 1864 

Boynton, Morrison Russell 1913 

Boynton, Nehemiah 1882 

♦Bradford, Amory Howe 1870 

Bradford, Emery Lucius 1892 

Bradford, Park Andrew 1879 

Bradley, Charles Frederick 1878 

Bradley, Edward Ernest 1892 

*Brainerd, Ezra 1868 

Brauer, Walter Carl 1917 

*Bray, William Louis 1861 

Breck, Charles Albert 1894 

*Breckenridge, Daniel McKay 1869 

Breland, Homer Hargrove 1911 

*Briant, Samuel Ingersoll 1867 

♦Brickett, Harry LeRoy 1882 

*Bridgman, Isaac 1859 

Bridgman, Ralph Parkhurst 1922 

Briggs, Horace Wilkinson 1925 

♦Bristol, Frank Louis 1875 

♦Bristoll, William Merrick 1869 

Brock, Maynor Davis 1908 

Broeg, Richard Theodore 1919 

Bromley, Henry Walter 1919 

♦Brooks, Charles Henry 1873 

♦Brooks, Charles Sylvester 1869 

♦Brooks, George Wolcott 1877 

Brotherston, Bruce Wallace 1906 

Brown, Carleton Fairchild 1893 

♦Brown, Giles Gorton 1899 

♦Brown, Justus Newton 1876 

♦Brown, Oliver 1857 

Brown, Sumner Jerome 1923 

Browne, John Kittredge 1872 

Bruce, Charles Russell 1886 

♦Bruce, Henry James 1862 

Buck, George Helon 1890 

Buckham, John Wright 1888 

Buckingham, George Sherman 

1911 

Bugbey, Willard Stanley 1875 

♦Btilbulian, Hagop Caspar 1887 

♦Bullard, Henry 1863 

♦Bullen, Henry Lewis 1846 

♦Bumstead, Horace 1870 

Burckes, James Harold 1922 

♦Burleigh, Charles Franklin 1878- 

♦Burnaby, Sidney Augustus 1892 

Burnham, David Elmer 1900 

Burr, Almon Whitney 1875 

Burr, Holland Field 1915 

♦Burr, Richard Montgomery 1877 

Burrill, Arthur Sumner 1896 



138 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



CLASS 

♦Burroughs, Charles Frederick 1890 
Burroughs, Lisle 1924 

Burt, Enoch Hale 1886 

*Butler, Henry Edward 1864 

♦Butters, George Shaw 1881 

*Byington, George Phelps 1867 

Cadbury, Henry Joel 1909 

Caldwell, William Taylor 1909 

Calland, William Capell 1880 

Camp, Edward Chapin 1894 

♦Campbell, Andrew 1896 

♦Campbell, John Charles 1895 

Campbell, Robert, Jr. 1917 
Campbell, Samuel Benjamin 

Ayodele 1920 

Campbell, Walter Webster 1890 

Campbell, William Rogers 1881 

Canney, Aaron Wallace 1919 

Capron, George Collins 1882 

Carey, Joseph Gordon 1916 

Carlyon, James Thomas 1918 

♦Carpenter, Charles Carroll 1875 

♦Carrier, Augustus Hart 1856 

♦Carrier, Augustus Stiles 1884 

Carter, Charles Francis 1882 

Carter, Clarence Emory 1910 

Carter, Homer Wright 1876 

♦Carter, Joseph Warren Pickering 

1854 
Cartlidge, Harry 1917 

Cary, Edward Francis 1901 

Cary, George Emerson 1912 

Cary, Otis 1877 

Casey, Robert Pierce 1917 

Caswell, Francis Alonzo 1923 

Cawley, Norman Bromfield 1919 
♦Chaddock, Emery Gilbert 1867 
Chadwick, John Raymond 1926 
♦Chamberlain, Leander Trow- 
bridge 1869 
♦Chamberlin, Edward Bingham 

1854 
Chandler, Edward Herrick 1888 
Chandler, Joseph Hayes 1882 

Chapman, Raymond Andrews 

1917 
Chase, Cornelius Thurston 1914 

1862 
1876 
1871 
1926 
1890 
1875 
1876 
1873 
1877 



♦Chase, Edward 
♦Chase, Frank Kimball 
♦Chase, Levi Gilbert 

Cheney, John Richard 
♦Chickering, Otis 

Childs, James Hobart 

Childs, Truman D 
♦Christie, George Walker 
♦Christie, Thomas Davidson 



Chubb, James Storkopf 1926 



CLASS 

Churchill, Frederic Arthur 1880 

Chute, Edward Lane 1880 

Chutter, Frederick George 1887 

Clapp, Ellery Carroll 1906 

Clapp, Richard Harold 1904 

Clark, Allen Williams 1923 

Clark, Calvin Montague 1888 

Clark, Charles 1894 

♦Clark, Charles Wallace 1858 

♦Clark, Daniel Webster 1881 

♦Clark, DeWitt ScoviUe 1868 

♦Clark, Edward Lord 1863 

♦Clark, Francis Edward 1876 

♦Clark, Frank Gray 1869 

♦Clark, Isaac 1861 

♦Clark, Joseph Bourne 1861 

Clark, Stephen Cutter 1916 

Clark, William Evans 1911 

Clarke, Almon Taylor 1872 

♦Clarke, James Franklin 1858 

♦Clary, Timothy Farrar 1846 

Cliff, Henry Welsford 1912 

Clinton, John Daniel 1918 

♦Clizbe, Jay 1864 

♦Closson, Josiah Taylor 1863 

♦Cobb, William Henry 1872 

Coburn, Wallace Irving 1885 

♦Coburn, William Franklin 1882 

♦Cochrane, Robert Hugh 1899 

♦Coe, Henry Isaac 1850 

♦Colby, John 1855 

♦Colcord, Daniel Herbert 1881 

♦Cole, Samuel Valentine 1887 

Cole, William Isaac 1888 

Comin, John 1896 

Connell, Arthur Randolph 1910 

Conner, Frederick Joel 1880 

♦Constantine, Constantinos 1913 

Cooke, Forest Harwood 1911 

Cooke, George Salem 1917 

(Kukhi, Georges Salim) 

Cooledge, Charles Edwin 1870 

Coombs, John Russell 1917 

Coons, James Ephraim 1910 

♦Cooper, James Wesley 1868 

♦Corey, Ephraim Meacham 1871 

Corley, Douglas Hilary 1915 

Cornelius, John Jesudason 1911 

Cornett, John Stanley 1923 

Cory, Isaac Linnaes 1881 

Covell, Arthur John 1890 

♦Cragin, Charles Chester 1869 

Craig, Timothy Currier 1891 

Crandall, Frank Byron 1913 

Crane, Henry Calvin 1873 

♦Crawford, Sidney 1870 

♦Crawford, William 1860 

Creighton, Roy Lamont 1914 

Cressey, George Croswell 1884 



139 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



*Cressey, Pemberton Hale 
Cristy, Albert Barnes 



CLASS 

1898 
1879 
1860 
1898 
1922 
1890 
1891 
1915 
1874 
1877 
1911 
1859 
1916 
1923 
1905 



*Crittenden, Richard 
♦Crockett, Albert Waldo 

Crockett, David 

Crosby, John Fergus 

Cross, Allen Eastman 

Cross, George Irving 
*Cross, Roselle Theodore 
*Cross, Rowland Stevenson 

Crossland, Edgar 
*Crowell, Edward Payson 

Crusius, Paul Nicholas 

Cullens, Paul Archibald 

Cummings, Arthur Gray 

Cummings, Charles Kimball, Jr. 

1922 

*Cummings, Henry 1850 

Currier, Albert Henry 1862 

Curtis, Charles Lawrence 1908 

♦Curtis, Edward Danforth 1882 

♦Curtis, Ethan 1868 

Curtis, Willard Hallowell 1912 

♦Curtiss, George 1863 

Cushman, Leonard 1913 

Cutbill, Harold Clifford 1923 

♦Cutler, Charles 1856 

Cutler, Charles Herrick 1886 

♦Cutler, Temple 1860 

Cutler, Wolcott 1916 

♦Cutter, Marshall Munroe 1868 

Cutting, Reginald Alex Caverly 

1914 

Dabney, Vaughan 1914 

Dale, John Harold 1903 

Dale, Oliver Boynton 1922 

Dallinger, John Russell 1923 

♦Daly, James Alexander 1867 

Dana, Arthur Payson 1882 

Dana, Samuel Howard 1872 

Daniels, Francis Pratt 1926 

Dann, Robert Horniman 1920 

Dansingberg, Paul Durand 1909 

♦Daur, Fritz 1914 

Davidson, Hugh Roswell 1914 

Davies, Arthur Robert 1895 

Davis, Abbott Pearlton 1895 

♦Davis, Ernest Carlton 1906 

♦Davis, Francis Howard 1904 

♦Davis, Perley Bacon 1861 

Davis, Ralph Marshall 1917 

Davis, Roy 1911 

♦Davis, William Franklin 1873 

♦Davis, William Vail Wilson 1877 

♦Day, Charles Orrin 1877 

Day, Edward 1886 

Day, Hugh Melvin 1925 

Day, John Warren 1916 



CLASS 

Day, Joseph Tuckerman 1917 

♦Dean, Artemas 1848 

♦Dean, Austin Phelps 1911 

♦Dean, Benjamin Aiigier 1867 

♦Dean, Frank Warren 1898 

Dean, Lee Maltby 1902 

♦DeBevoise, Gabriel Havens 1864 

De Camp, Benjamin Crane 1916 

Dechman, Arthur 1906 

Dees, Jesse Walter 1912 

De Lapp, Ambrose Clark 1919 

De Lyre, Theodore George 1885 

Dempster, Milen Cotrel 1925 

Denio, Francis Brigham 1879 

♦Denison, John Henry 1866 

Denison, John Hopkins 1894 

Denison, Robert Charles 1892 

Derebey, Christus Apostolos 1886 

Dewey, Harry Pinneo 1887 

♦Dexter, Morton 1870 

Dicker man, George Sherwood 1870 

Dickerman, Josiah Pope 1910 

♦Dickinson, George Lyman 1876 

♦Dickinson, George Richardsonl898 

1866 
1892 
1909 
1884 
1923 
1921 
1872 
1921 



♦Dike, Samuel Warren 

Disbrow, Edward Delevan 

Dixon, William James 
♦Doane, John 

Doggett, Walton Hall 

Doherty, Richard Bronsby 

Dole, Charles Fletcher 

Donaldson, Frederic Frow 

Donaldson, Frederick August 1895 

Donegan, Horace William Baden 

1925 

Doney, Paul Herbert 

Dorchester, Donald Hardy 

Dossett, Burgin Estel 
♦Dougherty, James Gregory 
♦Dougherty, M Angelo 

Douglass, Harlan Paul 
♦Dowden, William Henry 

Drake, Frank Edward 

Drowne, George Leonard 

Drury, Herbert Lathe 

Duff, Archibald 

Dun, Angus 
♦Dunbar, Robert Wayland 

Duncklee, Maurice Johnson 

Dunham, Samuel 
♦Dunnels, Amos Frederic 
♦Dunning, Albert Elijah 
♦Dutton, Horace 

Dycer, Arthur William 
♦Dyer, Edward Oscar 
♦Dyer, Nathan Tirrell 



1922 
1917 
1923 
1868 
1867 
1894 
1866 
1897 
1901 
1909 
1872 
1916 
1898 
1905 
1863 
1884 
1870 
1866 
1923 
1881 
1876 



♦Eames, Lawrence Frederic 1922 
♦Eastman, Lucius Root 1861 



140 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 





CLASS 




CLASS 


*Eastman, Samuel Elijah 


1875 


Fjelsted, Runolfer 


1913 


Easton, Charles Lawren Stevens 


Flagg, James Wesson 


1882 




1924 


♦Flagg, Rufus Cushman 


1872 


Eaton, David Thurber 


1923 


Flanders, Charles Nelson 


1874 


Eaton, Edward Dwight 


1875 


Fleming, Isaac 


1912 


Eaton, James Demarest 


1872 


♦Flint, Joseph Frederick 


1880 


*Ecob, James Henry- 


1872 


Folsom, Omar White 


1872 


Edwards, Frederick 


1893 


Forbes, Washington Horace 


1881 


♦Elder, Hugh 


1866 


Ford, Edward Torrey 


1887 


Eliot, Frederick May 


1913 


Ford, James Belcher 


1926 


*Ellinwood, Henry Field 


1896 


♦Foss, George Augustus 


1873 


♦Elliot, Henry Bond 


1843 


Foster, Frank Hugh 


1877 


*Ellis, George Harold 


1902 


Foster, John McGaw 


1885 


*Ellsworth, Alfred Augustus 


1861 


Foster, Rupert Clinton 


1914 


Elsmith, Leonard 


1912 


Fouke, Hugh B., Jr. 


1924 


Emerson, Oliver Pomeroy 


1871 


♦Fowle, James Luther 


1878 


♦Emerson, Thomas Albert 


1869 


♦Fowler, Samuel Page 


1865 


Endo, Francis Kiei 


1925 


Fowler, William Plumer 


1922 


Ennis, Merlin W 


1921 


Fox, Howard Stowell 


1914 


Enslin, Morton Scott 


1923 


♦Francis, Lewis 


1860 


Ensminger, Fred Patterson 


1901 


Frantz, Milton Newberry 


1899 


Eppard, Clarence Monroe 


1911 


♦Frear, Walter 


1854 


*Epstein, Ephraim Menachen 


l 1856 


French, David Edgar 


1885 


Evans, Daniel 


1891 


♦French, Edgar Benjamin 


1897 


Evans, Daniel Henry 


1862 


♦French, Samuel Franklin 


1864 


*Evans, Walter Allen 


1889 


♦Frisbie, Alvah Lillie 


1860 


Everett, Paul Ellsworth 


1912 


Frost, George Benjamin 


1882 


*Ewell, John Louis 


1870 


♦Fry, Holland Bard 


1868 


Ewell, William Stickney 


1905 


♦Fuller, Raymond Henry 


1920 






♦Fullerton, Bradford Morton 


1867 


Fair, Harold Irvine 


1920 


♦Furbish, Edward Brown 


1863 


Fairbank, Edward 


1892 


Furbush, Andrew Chesley 


1900 


♦Fairbanks, Edward Taylor 


1863 


Furr, Willis Caldwell 


1916 


♦Fairbanks, Henry 


1857 






Fairchild, Edwin Milton 


1893 


♦Gamble, Fred Keightley 


1904 


♦Fairchild, Elijah Stites 


1859 


♦Gammell, Sereno Dwight 


1868 


♦Fairfield, Frederick Wyatt 


1871 


♦Garver, Austin Samuel 


1871 


Fales, Elisha Farrington 


1874 


Gaskin, William 


1917 


♦Farnsworth, William Amos 


1852 


♦Gates, Charles Henry 


1850 


♦Farrill, Edgar Thomas 


1882 


♦Gates, George Augustus 


1880 


Faulkner, John Alfred 


1882 


♦Gaunt, Merrill Stanton 


1915 


Favour, Paul Gordon 


1908 


Gay, Harry Nelson 


1895 


♦Fay, Gilbert Otis 


1862 


Gesner, Kenneth Cheney 


1922 


♦Fay, Prescott 


1855 


Gibbs, George Crocker 


1924 


♦Fay, Solomon Payson 


1847 


Gidart, Augustus William 


1914 


Felland, Gonard Andreas 


1925 


Gilbert, Ernest DeWitt 


1922 


Fenn, Dan Huntington 


1921 


♦Gilbert, Simeon 


1860 


♦Fenn, William Henry 


1858 


Gilbertson, Albert Nicolay 


1919 


Ferguson, Joseph Louis 


1896 


Gilchrist, George Edward 


1924 


♦Ferris, Hiram Janes 


1886 


♦Gilman, Burton Smith 


1894 


♦Ferris, Leonard Zenas 


1860 


Gilmore, Arthur Harold 


1908 


♦Ficke, Hermann 


1868 


Gilmore, Aubrey Caldwell 


1901 


Fielding, Abbee 


1925 


Gilpatrick, Howard 


1899 


Findlay, Charles Walter 


1912 


♦Gleason, George Leroy 


1864 


Findlay, John Logan 


1911 


Gleason, Herbert Wendell 


1881 


Fisher, Charles Frederick 


1900 


♦Goddard, Edward Nichols 


1860 


♦Fisher, George Park 


1851 


Gold, Henry Raphael 


1920 


*Fiske, Asa Severance 


1859 


♦Goodell, Isaac 


1877 


♦Fitch, Franklin Solomon 


1883 


Goodenough, Herbert Delos 


1881 



141 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



CLASS 

Goodheart, Simon Francis 1898 

*Goodhue, Henry Anthony 1862 

*Goodrich, Chauncey 1864 

♦Goodrich, John Ellsworth 1860 

Goodrich, Joseph Augustus 1896 

*Goodwin, Reuben Albert 1908 

*Goodwin, Thomas Shepherd 1855 

Goostray, Frank 1918 

Gordon, Charles Edwin 1875 

Gordon, Coningsby Mathieson 

1918 

*Gould, Edwin Sprague 1873 

Gould, John Harold 1909 

Graham, Hugh Finlay 1901 

Graham, Ralph Waldo 1923 

Graham, William Creighton 1915 

Grammes, Arthur Peter 1919 

Grande, John Wesley 1926 

*Grannis, George Herbert 1886 

Grant, Frederick Lewis 1895 

Grant, Perley Cummings 1904 

Grape, Jacob 1924 

Graves, Charles Coakley 1923 

*Graves, James Taylor 1870 

Greeley, Leslie Campbell 1898 

Green, Oscar Frederic 1920 

Green, Sigfrid Ebenhard 1926 

*Greene, Daniel Crosby 1869 

Greene, Frederick Davis 1890 

*Greene, Richard Gleason 1853 

*Gregg, James Bartlett 1874 

Gregory, Caspar Rene, 2nd 1921 

Gregory, James Church 1892 

*Gregory, Lewis 1868 

Griffiths, Thomas Morgan 1916 

Grimes, Harry 1921 

Grindy, Roy Melvin 1925 

Gross, Daniel Irving 1908 

Grosvenor, Edwin Augustus 1872 

Grover, George Wheelock 1877 

Grover, Richard Baxter 1881 

Gulick, Sidney Lewis 1896 

Gunn, Franklin Fuller 1886 

Guru, Lakshman Ramay 1922 

Gustin, Byron Freeto 1897 

*Gutterson, George Herbert 1878 

Hainer, Herbert Milton 1922 

*Haines, George 1901 

Hale, Harris Grafton 1891 

Hale, Lyman Lansing 1911 

Hall, Charles Lemon 1874 

*Hall, Newton Marshall 1891 

Hall, Oakel Fowler 1909 

*Hall, Robert McCutcheon 1872 

Hallock, Arthur Clifford Kimber 

1918 

Ham, Edward Randolph 1900 

*Hamel, Felix Shaw 1877 



CLASS 

*Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin 1864 

*Hamilton, Henry Harrison 1872 

*Hamilton, John Alexander 1858 

Hammond, Joseph 1878 

Handanian, Karnek Abraham 1921 

Hanson, Miles, Jr. 1926 

Hanson, Peter Julius 1918 

Harbinson, Stewart Clark 1925 

*Hardon, Charles 1860 

*Hardy, Owen Eaton 1894 

*Harlan, George William 1851 

*Harrington, Myron Oscar 1877 

Harrington, Vernon Charles 1894 

Harris, Cyril Beverly 1925 

♦Harris, George 1869 

Harris, John Upham 1925 

Harrison, Max Hunter 1916 

Hart, Ernest Belden 1908 

Hart, Hastings Hornell 1880 

*Hart, William Dickinson 1873 

Hartshorn, Harold Valentine 1908 

Hartt, Rollin Lynde 1896 

♦Hartwell, Arthur Elmer 1899 

Hartwell, Harry Linwood 1902 

♦Haskell, Henry Charles 1862 

Haskell, Joseph Noyes 1900 

Haskins, Herman Hartwell 1913 

Haskins, Robert Walter 1872 

Hass, Leopold Hellmuth 

Rudolphus 1923 

Hatch, Charles Alfred 1916 

*Haughton, James 1863 

Haupt, David Richardson 1923 

*Haven, Theodore Woodruff 1887 

Hawes, Charles Taylor 1883 

Hawthorne, William Cope 1889 

Hawver, Harley Daniel 1926 

Hayley, John William 1864 

Haynes, Charles Stillman 1901 

♦Haynes, Charles Thaddeus 1866 

Haynes, Henry Harrison 1876 

Hays, Edward Christopher 1902 

Hay ward, Frederick Downing 1909 

Hazen, Azel Washburn 1868 

*Hazen, William Skinner 1863 

*Headley, Ivory Hovey Bartlett 

1881 

Heald, Josiah H 1883 

♦Hefflon, George Henry 1906 

Heininger, Harold Rickel 1923 

Hellens, Clarence Edward 1922 

Hemenway, Myles Standish 1886 

Heminway, Truman 1921 

Henderson, Howard 1920 

Henry, Bertram Curtis 1908 

Henschen, Robert Mountain 1926 

♦Herbert, John 1878 

♦Herrick, Edward Elisha 1862 

*Herrick, George Frederick 1859 



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CLASS 

Herrick, Israel Arthur 1895 

*Herrick, John Russell 1852 

Herrick, Warren Crocker 1923 

Hersey, Charles Francis 1892 

Hetherington, Albert Edward 1916 

Heyn, Cornelius 1920 

Hicks, Granville 1924 

Hicks, William Cleveland 1923 

Higgins, Lucius Hopkins 1863 

*Higgins, Robert Mackemmie 1880 

*Hill, Charles Jenkins 1856 

Hill, Edward Munson 1882 

*Hill, George Edwards 1849 

Hill, George Wilson Crockett 1895 

Hill, James Langdon 1875 

Hill, Milton Fly 1913 

*Hilliard, Samuel Haven 1865 

Hincks, Edward Young 1870 

Hines, Frank Bristow 1888 

Hines, Herbert Waldo 1909 

Hino, Masumi 1913 

*Hird, John Wood 1874 

Hirotsu, Tomonobu 1895 

*Hitchcock, Charles Henry 1861 

Hivale, Bhaskar Pandurang 1920 

Hoag, William Dixon 1923 

Hobson, Henry Wise 1920 

Hodgdon, Frank Wilbert 1897 

*Hodgkiss, Samuel 1880 

♦Hoffman, John Henry 1877 

Hogenhauer, Alphonse Stewart 

1924 

Hoisington, Forrest Willard 1922 

Hokenson, Henry John 1926 

Holbrook, Charles Werden 1883 

*Holden, Frederick Augustus 1883 

Holman, Edwin Charles 1885 

Holmes, Frank Orville 1920 

Holmes, John Andrew 1900 

Holmes, William Trumbull 1897 

Holton, Charles Sumner 1892 

Holton, Edward Payson 1891 

Hood, Edward Cleeves 1872 

Hood, George Alfred 1869 

Hooper, John Francis 1883 

Home, John Franklin 1881 

Houghton, Edward Lovell 1883 

House, Albert Virgil 1894 

Houser, Emerson Olds 1911 

Howard, Charles Henry 1896 

*Howe, George Milton 1874 

*Howe, James Albert 1862 

Howe, Sheldon Jenckes 1910 
Howell, Charles Conrad Garfield 

1916 

Howell, Edward Beach 1887 

Howes, Albert Worcester 1897 

Hoyle, Joseph Land 1905 

Hrbata, Leopold 1919 



CLASS 

Hubbard, Charles Francis Way- 
land 1881 
*Hubbard, Charles Lawrence 1868 
Hubbard, James Mascarene 1862 
*Hubbard, William Henry 1874 
Hubbell, William Stone 1866 
Hubon, Charles Wilson 1921 
Huckel, Earl Wentworth 1914 
Hudson, Louis Germaine 1921 
*Hulbert, Calvin Butler 1859 
Hull, George Herbert 1903 
Hume, Robert Allen 1873 
*Humphrey, Robert 1887 
*Hunt, William Sherman 1892 
Huntington, Charles White 1881 
*Huntington, George 1865 
*Huntington, Henry Strong 1862 
Huntington, Michael Paul St. 
Agnan 1916 
*Huntress, Edward Seymour 1869 
*Hurd, Fayette 1863 
*Hurlburt, Henry 1839 
*Hutchins, Robert Grosvenor 1864 
*Hutchinson, Walter Perkins 1892 
*Hyde, William DeWitt 1882 

Imaoka, Nobuichiro 1916 
*Ingalls, Edmond Cunningham 

1876 

Inouye, Isaac 1925 

Ives, Henry Goodwin 1917 

Jacob, Thomas 1926 

*Janes, Elijah 1870 
Jenkinson, Egbert William Ash- 
ford 1921 

*Jenney, Edward Winthrop 1873 

Jerge, Walter Brightman 1923 

Jewett, George Franklin 1911 

*Jewett, Henry Erastus 1869 

Johnshoy, Joseph Walter 1921 

*Johnson, Albion Henry 1869 

Johnson, Arthur Warren 1923 

Johnson, Clarence Richard 1911 

Johnson, Edward Dunbar 1911 

* Johnson, Francis Howe 1860 
Johnson, Frederic Perley 1891 
Johnson, George Henry 1876 
Johnson, Herbert Lansdowne 1915 
Jones, Charles Stanley 1921 
Jones, Francis Marion 1926 

*Jones, James A 1886 

* Jones, John Henry 1870 

* Jones, John Peter 1878 

* Jones, Newton Irving 1884 
Jones, William Emerson 1912 
Jordan, Israel 1892 
Joudry, Robert Clyde 1918 
Joy, Charles Rhind 1911 



143 



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Judy, Clayton 
Justice, James Caleb 



CLASS 

1908 
1914 



Kaley, John Andrew 1875 

Kalish, A. H. 1925 

Kambour, Gabriel Basileios 1889 

Kan, William Enkichi 1920 

Kasson, Frank Hatch 1879 

Katayama, Sen Joseph 1895 

Katibah, Habib Ibrahim 1915 

Kavanagh, Francis Edge 1886 

Keep, Frederick Arthur 1917 

Keith, Charles Clarke 1919 

Kelley, Arthur Willard 1882 

♦Kellogg, Charles Carroll 1887 

Kelsey, Carl 1895 

Kelsey, Edward Duncan 1878 

Kenngott, George Frederick 1889 

*Kent, Charles Artemas 1860 

*Kent, Evarts 1869 

Kenworthy, Murray Shipley 1910 

Kenyon, Arnold Oakley 1925 

Kepner, Charles David 1922 

Kershaw, Charles Harvey 1904 

Kershaw, Charles Henry 1907 

*Ketcham, Henry 1872 

Kettelle, John Dunster 1923 

*Kidder, Samuel Theodore 1877 

*Kilbourn, James Kellogg 1872 

Kilburn, David 1893 

Kimball, Edward 1878 

Kimball, Harry Woods 1895 

Kimball, Lucien Carpenter 1887 

King, Philip 1912 

Kirk patrick, George Duncan 1917 

♦Kittredge, Abbott Eliot 1859 

*Kittredge, Josiah Edwards 1864 

Klein, Armin 1913 

Klock, Edwin Judson 1891 

♦Knapp, Nathan Bangs 1863 

*Knauff, Christopher Wilkinson 

1864 

Kneeland, Martin Dwelle 1920 

Knight, Willard Raymond 1923 

Knott, Harold Elkin 1911 

♦Knowlton, Stephen 1865 

Koch, Arthur Ellsworth 1924 

Koyano, Keizo 1888 

Kukkhi, Georges Salim 1917 

(Cooke, George Salem) 

Kurahara, Korehiro Sogaku 1889 

Kurihara, Hisawo 1925 

Kurland, Samuel 1923 



*Labaree, John Codman 
*Ladd, George Trumbull 



1861 
1869 
*Ladd, Joseph Brown 1865 

Lamb, Francis Percival Stewart 

1883 



CLASS 

*Lamb, William Avery 1873 

Lancaster, Ellsworth Gage 1889 

♦Lane, John William 1859 

Lang, Stephen Christian 1914 

Langer, Walter Charles 1924 

*Lanman, Joseph 1867 

Larson, Frank Alexander 1914 

Lathe, Herbert William 1877 

*Laurie, James Anderson 1862 

Lawrence, William 1875 

Lawton, Thomas Willingham 1907 

Lay cock, Craven 1897 

♦Leavitt, Burke Fay 1871 

Leavitt, Frederick William 1899 

*Leavitt, George Roswell 1863 

*Leavitt, Horace Hall 1873 

LeBosquet, John Edwards 1899 

*Lee, Charles Frederick 1909 

Lee, Lucius Orren 1886 

Lees, John Walter 1870 

*Lefavour, Issachar 1849 

Leland, Hervey Delos 1923 

Lesher, Harold Vonieda 1911 

Lewis, Everett Edward 1867 

Lewis, George Henry 1914 

Lewis, Gomer Rhys 1914 

Lewis, John Beavens 1895 

Libby, Frederick Joseph 1902 

Light, James Stanley 1923 

Lillie, Horatio Curren 1862 

Lincoln, Howard Abbot 1904 

♦Little, Arthur 1864 

Little, Bertram Kimball 1926 

♦Livermore, Albert 1873 

♦Livingston, William Wallace 1859 

♦Locke, George Lyman 1865 

Long, William Joseph 1895 

♦Longren, Charles William 1887 

♦Loomis, Alba Levi Parsons 1863 

Loomis, George Albert 1888 

Loomis, Samuel Lane 1880 

Lord, Albert Jones 1897 

Loud, Halah Harden 1897 

Love, Archibald Longworth 1879 

♦Love, William DeLoss 1878 

♦Love joy, George Edwards 1873 

Lovell, Moses Richardson 1921 

Lovgren, Bernard Nathaniel 1916 

Lowe, Frank Melville, Jr. 1920 

Luce, Frank Leonard 1894 

Luck, Charles Washington 1887 

Luecke, Oscar William 1914 

Lund, Nils Wilhelm 1919 

Lundell, William Warren 1926 

Lyding, Otto 1913 

Lyford, Richard Taylor 1923 

♦Lyon, Clarence Cady 1890 

Lyte, John Bertram 1925 

Lyttle, Charles Harold 1913 



144 



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CLASS 

McBride, Arthur Andrews 1907 
McBride, Davidson Rankin 1925 
McBride, Guy Moore 1913 

McCallum, William Cecil 1912 
McChesney, John 1913 

McClelland, Raymond Greene 

1881 

♦McClelland, Thomas 1880 

McClure, Robert William 1924 

McCormick, Augustine 1923 

♦McDermid, Duncan 1888 

♦McDonald, Alexander Peter 1894 

♦McDonald, Angus Martin 1894 

McDonald, Donald 1889 

♦MacFadden, Robert Andrew 1896 

McFayden, Donald 1904 

McGarey, Everett Alonzo 1916 

Macgowan, Henry Albert 1889 

MacGowan, Royal Edmund 1921 

Mclntyre, Daniel 1894 

♦Mclntyre, Oscar Garland 1884 

♦McKay, John George 1916 

♦McKenzie, Alexander 1861 

Mackenzie, Francis Scott 1917 

MacKenzie, Harry Lincoln 1926 

McKinley, Charles Ethelbert 1894 

McLaren, James Henry 1893 

Macleod, Cameron 1909 

MacNair, William Mackintosh 

1901 
McPherson, Paul Crerar 1916 

MacQueen, Norman 191 i 

Macy, Paul Griswold 1916 

Maier, Walter Arthur 1918 

Malanv, Rollin Douglas 1916 

Malouf, Shibly Daibes 1917 

Manesse, Bates Morgan de 

Valcourt 1919 

Manifold, George 1916 

♦Mank, Herbert Gardner 1888 

Mann, William Justin 1915 

Manning, Frederic Wilbur 1890 

Manry, James Campbell 1914 

Man well, John Parker 1896 

Marcus, Ralph 1926 

♦Marden, Orison Swett 1876 

Marget, Arthur William 1919 

♦Marsh, David Dana 1868 

Marsh, Edward Lester 1892 

Marsh, Francis Jewett 1875 

♦Marsh, George Daniel 1871 

♦Marshall, Charles Petrie 1905 

♦Marshall, Henry Grimes 1868 

Marshall, Robert Manning 1893 

♦Marsten, Francis Edward 1876 

♦Marston, Percival Freeman 1894 

Mashino, Yashiki 1893 

Mathews, Burleigh Voorhees 1925 

♦Mathews, George Allen 1879 



CLASS 

♦Mathews, Robert John 1875 
♦Mathews, Samuel Sherberne 1874 

Matsuhara, Iwao 1920 

Matthias, Joseph Martin 1913 

Mattson, Bernard Gause 1897 

Mayer, Joseph 1912 

♦Mead, Charles Marsh 1862 

Means, David MacGregor 1875 

Meengs, John Henry 1926 

Megathlin, Henry Gerrard 1896 

Mellinger, Asa Wright 1924 

♦Mellish, John Hyrcanus 1854 
Meriam, Morrison Ellsworth 1895 

Merriam, Alexander Ross 1877 

♦Merriam, Charles Loveland 1882 

♦Merriam, James Fiske 1870 

♦Merriam, John 1880 

Merrick, Frank Wilbur 1892 

Merrill, Boynton 1926 

♦Merrill, Charles Henry 1870 

Merrill, George Anthony 1897 

Merrill, Harvey Clifford 1915 

Merrill, Ivan Colson 1918 

♦Merrill, James Griswold 1866 

Merrill, William Cross 1896 

♦Merriman, Daniel 1868 

Merritt, William Carter 1882 

Mesner, Charles Warren 1914 

Metcalf, Irving Wight 1881 

Miller, Clifford Leonard 1907 

Miller, Jason George 1899 

Miller, John X 1903 

Miller, Lindley Hoffman 1916 

Miller, Ross ' 1922 

Miller, Walther Martin 1920 

Mills, Charles Smith 1885 

Mills, Fay Charling 1923 

Mills, Frank Eugene 1878 

Mills, George Sherman 1895 

♦Mills, Henry 1854 

Minker, Ralph Leland 1925 

Minnis, Thomas Wesley 1884 

Minot, James Jackson, Jr. 1913 

♦Missirian, Garabed Manoug 1914 

Mitchell, Charles Langdon 1870 
Mitchell, George Washington 1883 

Mix, Eldridge 1860 

Moodey, Christopher Russell 1918 

Moodey, John Reginald 1918 

♦Moore, Albert Weston 1872 

Moore, Charles Albert 1895 

Moore, Gainer Pierce 1892 

♦Moore, John 1857 

Moore, Luther Bunyan 1922 

♦Moore, Nathaniel Schuyler 1867 

♦Moore, Nathan Wheaton 1856 

♦Moore, William Enos Boise 1862 

♦Morley, Edward Williams 1864 

♦Morley, John Henry 1866 



145 



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CLASS 




CLASS 


Morris, Carlyle 


1921 


Ollerenshaw, Samuel 


1872 


Morris, Herbert Brooke 


1923 


Olmstead, Julian Hanford 


1896 


Morrow, Horace Edwin 


1885 


Orton, Arnot Stanley 


1916 


*Morse, Charles Fitch 


1856 


*Osborn, Frederick Webster 


1861 


Morse, Edgar Leander 


1879 


*Osborne, Cyrus Pearl 


1862 


♦Morss, George Henry- 


1862 


Osgood, Ernest Earle 


1903 


Moses, John Shapleigh 


1916 


Osgood, Robert Treadwell 


1891 


Mousigian, Mardiros 


1912 


Owen, Daniel Edward 


1892 


Mowery, Dwight Fay 


1910 


Owen, Llewelyn Arnold 


1924 


Muder, Milton Ernest 


1919 


Oxley, Edmund Harrison 


1909 


Mulnix, Andrew Henry 


1895 


Oxnard, Henry Ernest 


1894 


*Munger, Theodore Thornton 






*Munro, Egbert Newcomb 


1880 


♦Packard, Edward Newman 


1869 


*Munson, Myron Andrews 


1864 


Packard, Harrison Lloyd 


1906 


Murai, Tomoyoshi 


1892 


♦Packard, William Alfred 


1857 


*Murkland, Charles Sumner 


1884 


Page, Frederick Harlan 


1893 


Murphy, Du Bose 


1917 


♦Page, Henry Pitt 


1868 


*Musgrove, George Nelson 


1885 


Page, Houghton 


1909 






♦Paine, John Alsop 


1862 


Nagler, Arthur Wilford 


1915 


Palisoul, Emile Joseph 


1899 


Nance, Kay Fleming 


1911 


♦Palmer, Charles Ray 


1859 


(Kidd Fleming Nance) 




Palmer, Frank 


1880 


*Naruse, Jinzo 


1892 


Palmer, Frank Herbert 


1880 


Nason, Charles Pinckney Holbrook 


Palmer, Frederic 


1872 




1873 


Palmer, George Herbert 


1870 


Nason, William Walton 


1878 


Palmer, Willard Holbrook 


1903 


Nelson, Charles Adolphus 


1892 


Pamp, Frederic Ernest 


1923 


Nelson, John 


1921 


Papazian, Manasseh Garabed 1890 


Nes, William Hamilton 


1919 


♦Park, Austin Luther 


1863 


Newell, Arthur Franklin 


1915 


♦Park, William Edwards 


1867 


*Newman, Stephen Morrell 


1871 


♦Parker, Francis 


1875 


*Newton, Albert Francis 


1877 


Parker, Frederic 


1900 


* Newton, Charles Richard Peacock 


♦Parkhurst, Charles 


1880 


(Charles Richard Peacock) 1906 


Parkinson, George Hathaway 1910 


Newton, Darius Augustine 


1882 


Parks, William Ulmer 


1897 


Nichols, Harry Peirce 


1875 


Parmelee, William Josiah 


1883 


Nichols, Jesse Gilman 


1894 


♦Parsons, John 


1848 


Nichols, Nathan Round 


1870 


Parsons, John 


1877 


*Nichols, Starr Hoyt 


1860 


Partridge, Ernest Croker 


1898 


*Nichols, William Ichabod 


1880 


Patch, Don Ivan 


1916 


Nishio, Kotaro 


1911 


♦Patrick, Henry Johnson 


1853 


*Noble, Frederick Alphonso 


1861 


Patterson, George Willis 


1888 


*Noble, Mason 


1866 


Patton, Carl Safford 


1892 


Noon, Samuel Atkinson 


1895 


Patton, William Weston 


1914 


*Norris, Kingsley Flavel 


1876 


♦Peabody, Albert Bradstreet 


1859 


♦Norton, Edward 


1864 


Peabody, Arthur Cochrane 


1916 


♦Norton, Smith 


1858 


Peacock, Charles Richard 


1906 


*Noyes, Charles Lothrop 


1880 


(Newton, Charles Richard Pea- 


Noyes, Frank Irving 


1923 


cock) 




Noyes, Frederick Brooks 


1889 


Pearson, Arthur Haydn 


1880 


Noyes, Henry Herbert 


1894 


Peck, Henry Porter 


1881 


Noyes, Waldo 


1914 


♦Peet, Stephen Denison 


1854 


Noyes, William 


1887 


♦Pelton, George Austin 


1864 


Nutter, Virbrook 


1926 


Penney, Edgar James 


1880 


Nyhan, Joseph Eugene 


1910 


♦Penniman, Alford Brown 


1886 






Penniman, Henry Mixter 


1882 


*Odlin, James Edwin 


1884 


Pennington, Julian Ruffin 


1915 


O'Donnell, Arthur Francis 


1920 


Pennington, Leslie Talbot 


1925 


Ogden, Rollo 


1880 


♦Pennock, Benjamin Whipple 


1886 



146 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



CLASS 

♦Percival, Charles Homer 1882 

*Perkins, Benjamin Franklin 1864 

Perkins, Louis Leprilete 1926 

Perkins, Sidney Kingman 1880 

♦Perkins, Thomas Albert 1861 

♦Perkins, William Abbott 1888 

Perry, Charles Albert 1879 

♦Perry, James 1913 

Peters, Herman 1909 

♦Pettee, James Horace 1877 

♦Pettengill, Samuel Barrett 1866 

Peyton, Frank 1908 

Pfeifer, Robert Fulton 1925 

Pfeiffer, John Eugene 1920 

Pfeiffer, Robert Henry 1921 

Phelps, George Lee 1909 

Phelps, Lawrence 1879 

♦Phillips, George Whitefield 1864 

Phillips, Hapet Menazar 1894 

Phinney, Arthur Osgood 1920 

Phipps, George Gardner 1865 

♦Phipps, William Hamilton 1866 

Pickett, Clarence Evan 1923 

♦Pickett, Cyrus 1863 

Pickett, Harold Lionel 1914 

Piel, Paul Michael 1910 

♦Pierce, Charles Morgan 1861 

♦Pierce, Leroy Matthew 1869 

♦Pierson, Isaac 1869 

Pike, Clarence 1883 

Pillsbury, Hervey Gorham 1882 

Pinch, Pearse 1878 

Pincherle, Alberto 1922 

Pinckney, Anthony Charles 1891 

♦Pingree, Arthur Howe 1898 

Pinkerton, William Brown 1890 

Piper, Henry Hildreth 1880 

Pipkin, Charles Wooten 1920 

Plank, Laurance Robbins 1917 

♦Plumb, Joseph Carlton 1868 

Pond, Evarts Wilson 1914 

♦Pond, Theodore Strong 1863 

Porter, Edward Collins 1884 

♦Porter, Henry Dwight 1870 

♦Porter, William 1843 

Pounder, Roy Mason 1913 

Pratt, Arthur Peabody 1901 

♦Pratt, Charles Henry 1861 

Pratt, Davie Butler 1887 

Pratt, Leon Sherman 1916 

♦Pratt, Theodore Constantine 1871 

Preston, Richard Greeley 1923 

Price, Nelson Allen 1916 

Price, Ora Atwill 1914 

Price, Wesley Frank 1883 

Priest, Robert Franklin 1926 

Pringle, Henry Nelson 1893 

Pyatt, Charles Lynn 1914 

Pyke, James Tobey 1883 



Quimby, Langdon 



CLASS 

1890 



Rader, William 1891 

Raftery, Harold Brainerd 1918 

Raible, Robert Jules 1923 

Raiche, Eugene Louis 1898 

Ramsdell, Frank Ellsworth 1891 

Rand, Lyman Fisk 1874 

♦Rand, William Albert 1875 

Randall, Winfield Scott 1895 

♦Ranney, William Watson 1892 

Rawson, Edward Kirk 1872 

♦Ray, Benjamin Eastwood 1898 

Raymond, Clarence Rexford 1900 

Redfern, Donald 1913 

Redfern, Laurence 1914 

♦Reed, Albert 1862 

Reed, Cass Arthur 1912 

Reed, Lucius Fenn 1901 

Reid, John 1899 

Reilly, John Clark 1917 

Reimer, Clarence Charles 1923 

Reinartz, Frederick Eppling 1925 

♦Renouf, Edward Augustus 1842 

Reynolds, James Walter 1915 

♦Rice, Augustus Marcus 1874 

♦Rice, Walter 1875 

♦Rice, William Bainbridge 1853 

♦Rich, Charles Selwyn 1895 

Richards, Ansel Sylvester 1904 

♦Richards, Charles Herbert 1865 

Richards, Erwin Hart 1880 

Richards, Jarvis 1878 

♦Richards, William Rogers 1879 

♦Richardson, Alvah Mills 1866 

Richardson, Cyrus 1869 

♦Richardson, Daniel Warren 1861 

Richardson, John Alexander, Jr. 

1913 

♦Richardson, John Peabody 1879 

Richmond, James 1877 

Ricker, Charles Herbert 1915 

Ridgeway, William Wesley 1916 

Riebel, Wallin Eleazer 1908 

Riggs, Ezra Jackson 1879 

Rights, Douglas LeTell 1916 

Rivard, Augustin Francois 1882 
Robbins, Horace Hutchinson 1878 

Roberts, George Benjamin 1916 

Roberts, Henry Bellows 1878 

Roberts, James Hudson 1877 

♦Roberts, Thomas 1861 

Robertson, Robert Hamilton 1910 

♦Robie, Edward 1843 

Robinson, Charles Frederick 1893 

Robinson, Elmo Arnold 1926 

♦Robinson, Stephen Henry 1885 

♦Robinson, Thomas 1875 

Rockwell, William Walker 1900 



147 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



CLASS 

Rockwood, Arden Murdock 1899 

*Rodgers, Levi 1871 

Rogers, Robert Groves 1917 

Rogers, Thomas George 1874 

Rollason, Herbert Duncan 1916 

Rollins, Walter Huntington 1898 

Rooke, William Joseph 1925 

Roope, Winfield Harding 1916 

Root, Edward Merrill 1920 

Root, John Bernard 1922 

*Roper, Charles Fremont 1885 

*Roper, Elijah Henry 1897 

*Ropes, Charles Joseph Hardy 1875 

Ropes, James Hardy 1893 

*Ropes, William Ladd 1852 

Rose, William Wallace 1913 

Ross, Albion Herbert 1891 

*Ross, John Alexander 1860 

Ross, Winfred Smith 1895 

Roth, Rudolph W 1926 

Rouillard, Irving Granville 1916 

*Rowley, Charles Henry 1871 

Rowley, Tom 1925 

Roy, Satyananda 1919 

Russell, George Ernest 1916 

♦Russell, John Edward 1876 

Russell, Joseph Jones 1924 

*Ryder, William Henry 1869 

Sadler, Richard Watson 1923 

Safford, Albert Walter 1875 

♦Salter, William 1843 

Saltmarsh, Frank Nehemiah 1897 
Sampson, Cassander Cary 1878 

♦Sanderson, John Philip 1874 

Sanford, Lewis Welton 1915 

Sannwald, Adolf 1925 

Sano, Katsuya 1919 

Santikian, Hovhannes Kevork 

1888 

♦Sargent, Frank Dana 1869 

Sarkeys, Elias Joseph 1895 

Sasse, Henri Marinus 1921 

♦Savage, Daniel Foster 1861 

♦Savage, George Slocum Folger 

1847 
Savidge, John Foster 1920 

♦Schauffler, Adolphus Frederick 

1871 
Scheufler, Karl William 1921 

Schmalz, Alfred George Henry 

1925 
Schmied, Leo Lachmund: see 

Elsmith, Leonard 1912 

Schofer, William LeRoy 1924 

Schumacher, Henry Houghton, 

see Page, Houghton 1909 

Schwarz, Leo Walder 1925 

Scott, Darius Bullock 1872 



CLASS 

Scoville, Frank Churchill 1886 

♦Seabury, Joseph Bartlett 1874 

♦Seagrave, James Carter 1849 

Seaton, John Lawrence 1914 

♦Seaver, Norman 1860 

♦Seelye, Laurenus Clark 1860 

♦Selden, Joseph Henry 1881 

Sevenster, Jan Nicolaus 1923 

♦Sewall, John Ladd 1882 

♦Sewall, Jotham Bradbury 1854 

Sewall, Oliver Dana 1892 

Seymour, Charles Rollin 1874 

Shaller, Alva John 1925 

Shankman, Jacob 1924 

Shannon, Paul Eugene 1916 

♦Shaw, Edwin Watts 1855 

♦Shaw, George Wallace 1884 

Shaw, Gilbert Augustus 1891 

Shaw, Hooper Reynolds 1925 

Shaw, John Taylor 1882 

Sheahan, Henry Beston 1909 

Sheldon, Charles Monroe 1886 

Shepard, Herman Thomas 1891 

/ Shepherd, George William 1926 

Sherrill, Alvan Foote 1869 

♦Sherrill, Samuel Butler 1861 

♦Shiere, Peter Benton 1873 

Shimer, William Allison 1919 

Short, Charles Lancaster 1875 

♦Show, Arley Barthlow 1885 

Shuder (Schuder), Harry Andrew 

1914 
Shurtleff, Alfred Dewey Keegan 

1897 

♦Shurtleff, Ernest Warburton 1888 

Silcox, Claris Edwin 1914 

Simmons, Arthur Aborn 1913 

Simon, Abraham 1910 

Simpson, James Chute 1915 

♦Sinclair, William Albert 1885 

Sinnett, Charles Nelson 1891 

Sizer, Henry Sears, Jr. 1923 

♦Skeele, Amos 1867 

Skeele, Arthur Fessenden 1881 

♦Skiles, James Herron 1880 

♦Skinner, Edwin Smith 1852 

Slack, Ezra Allen 1881 

Slade, William 1887 

Sloan, Alexander 1897 

Slocum, William Frederick 1878 

Smiley, Edward Forbes 1920 

Smith, Albert David 1888 

Smith, Arthur Henderson 1870 

♦Smith, Augustus 1847 

♦Smith, Azro Andrus 1859 

♦Smith, Daniel Elijah 1880 

♦Smith, Edwin Ray 1892 

Smith, Frank Duncan 1905 

Smith, Harry Robert 1920 



148 



INDEX OF ALUMNI 



Smith, James Clifton 
*Smith, John Edward 
Smith, Luther Thomas 
Smith, Luther Wesley 
Smith, Nelson Harvey- 
Smith, Perry Herbert 
Smith, Sherrill Bronson 
*Smyth, Newman 
Snell, Laird Wingate 
Somers, Laurence Drew 
Sorenson, Johannes 
Soule, William Emery 



CLASS 

1919 
1874 
1915 
1918 
1924 
1923 
1917 
1867 
1900 
1909 
1915 
1917 
♦Southgate, Charles McLellan 1870 
*Southworth, George Champlin 

Shepard 1879 

Spalding, George Brown 1900 

*Spalding, George Burley 1861 

*Spence, Edwin Alexander 1864 

Spencer, David Brainerd 1881 

*Spencer, Edward Glenfaun 1893 

*Spooner, Silas Anderson 1878 

*Sprague, William Parmelee 1873 

*Spring, Leverett Wilson 1867 

Stackpole, Markham Winslow 

1899 

Stahl, Roland Chase 1922 

Stanley, Fred Veston 1910 

*Stanton, Jonathan Young 1862 

Stark, Dudley Scott 1918 

Starkey, Robert Edmund 1922 

Starr, Edward Comfort 1870 

Stearns, Alfred Ernest 1900 

Stearns, Edward Roland 1892 

*Stearns, William Foster 1893 

*Stebbins, Herbert Warner 1882 

Steele, Charles Edmund 1875 

Steele, Edward Strieby 1883 

Steiner, Jesse Frederick 1913 

Stephenson, George Malcolm 1913 

*Stevens, Henry Augustus 1860 

Stevens, Wilmot Eddy 1899 

Stewart, John Thomas 1923 

Stewart, William John 1903 

Stewart, Wood Robert 1905 

Stickel, Edwin Charles 1874 

*Stickney, Edwin Huntington 1881 

♦Stiles, Edward Byron 1888 

Stimson, Henry Albert 1869 

Stocking, William Redfield 1871 

Stoddard, Eugene Warren 1886 

Stone, Alfred Wheeler 1916 

♦Stone, Edward George 1874 

Stoneman, Albert Henry 1900 

Strait, Archiver John 1919 

Strang, Clement James 1881 

Stratton, Harold Linson 1917 

Street, Robert Burns 1911 

Street, Thomas 1915 

♦Strong, Edward Alexander 1859 



CLASS 

♦Strong, Elnathan Ellsworth 1855 

Strout, Joseph Woodbury 1894 

Stuart, Luke 1911 

♦Sturtevant, Julian Monson 1859 

Sumner, Charles Burt 1867 

Swenson, Lisle Burroughs 1924 

(Burroughs, Lisle) 

Swertfager, George Albert 1902 

Swezey, Goodwin Deloss 1880 

♦Swinnerton, William Thomas 1876 

Szent-Ivanyi, Alexander 1925 

Taber, Lloyd Jethro Bartlett 1914 

Taft, Arthur Nelson 1894 

Taintor, Jesse Fox 1878 

Taran, Nathaniel Roland 1920 

Taylor, Charles Lincoln 1924 

Taylor, Glen Albert 1890 

Taylor, James Brainerd 1871 

Taylor, John Grylls 1877 

♦Taylor, John Phelps 1868 

♦Taylor, Walter Perkins 1885 

♦Tead, Edward Sampson 1878 

Teare, Robert Cable 1918 

♦Teel, William Henry 1871 

Tenney, Henry Martin 1867 

♦Tenney, Leonard Baker 1878 

Terry, Roderick 1873 

Thomas, Edward Seymour 1894 

♦Thomas, Moses Bross 1870 

Thomas, Percy Ernest 1912 

Thompson, Frank William 1920 

Thompson, Jay West 1917 

♦Thompson, Nathan 1865 

♦Thompson, Thomas W 1866 

♦Thompson, William Smith 1857 

Thomson, William , 1925 

♦Threlfall, John Wesley 1920 

♦Thurber, Edward Gerrish 1862 

Thwing, Charles Franklin 1879 

Tideman, Carl Gustav 1913 

♦Tilton, George Henry 1873 

Timerman, Donald 1924 

Tinckom-Fernandez, William 

George 1909 

Titterton, Lewis Henry 1924 

♦Tobey, Rufus Babcock 1880 

Tokas, Christie George 1917 

Tolman, Albert Walter 1898 

Tomblen, Charles Lucius 1874 

♦Tomlinson, Joseph Alexander 1876 

Torbet, Howard Lee 1909 

♦Torrey, Charles Cutler 1854 

Torrey, Charles Cutler 1889 

Torrey, Daniel Temple 1887 

♦Torrey, Joseph 1858 

♦Towle, James Augustus 1869 

♦Townsend, Luther Tracy 1862 

♦Tracy, Alfred Edwards 1872 



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INDEX OF ALUMNI 



*Trask, John Low Rogers 

Travis, Frank 

Treat, Roger Eddy 

Troop, George William Hill 

True, Mitchell Carver 

Trueblood, David Elton 

Truslow, Arthur 

Tucker, John Foster 
Tucker, William Jewett 

Tuckerman, Frederick Wells 

Tulloss, Rees Edgar 

Turner, William Jay 

Tuthill, Charles Julian 
♦Twichell, Joseph Hopkins 

Twombly, Clifford Gray 

Tyler, William Bartlett 

Ufford, Walter Shepard 
Ullom, Thomas Penn 

*Upham, Nathaniel Lord 

*Upson, Henry 
Uraguchi, Bunji 

*Vaile, Charles Selden 

Vaitses, Stephen 

Van Blarcom, Grant 

Vandermark, Wilson Ezra 

Van Ess, Louis 

Van Lunen, Herman 

Vatter, Max Hugo 

Vining, Eugene Conrad 
*Virgin, Samuel Henderson 

Voorhees, James Spencer 

*Wagner, Peter 
Waldo, Edwin Augustus 

*Waldron, Daniel Wingate 
Walker, Charles Swan 
Walker, Henry Hammersley 
Walker, John Jairus 
Walker, Joseph Newton 
Walker, William Henry 
Wallace, Leslie Frederick 
Ward, Arthur Norman 
Ward, George Morgan 
Ward, Herbert Dickinson 

♦Ward, John Tefft 

*Ward, Langdon Lauriston 

*Ward, William Hayes 

*Warner, Lyman 
Warren, Edgar 

*Warren, William Harrington 
Washburn, Charles Henry 

*Washburn, George 

*Washburn, George Thomas 

*Washburn, George Youngs 
Watanabe, Isamu 
Waters, Asa Wilson 

*Waters, Thomas Franklin 



CLASS 

1867 
1882 
1916 
1914 
1871 
1925 
1896 
1890 
1866 
1886 
1918 
1887 
1893 
1865 
1894 
1888 

1890 
1914 

1858 
1862 
1915 

1881 
1890 
1889 
1916 
1925 
1926 
1921 
1900 
1869 
1884 

1875 
1893 
1866 
1870 
1896 
1894 
1880 
1892 
1916 
1878 
1896 
1888 
1873 
1884 
1859 
1857 
1886 
1868 
1886 
1860 
1858 
1880 
1918 
1922 
1875 



CLASS 

1910 
1900 
1892 
1926 
1895 
1895 
1880 
1918 
1915 
1912 
1894 
* Wellington, George Brainerd 1881 



Waters, Wayne Lee 
Watson, Albert Priestley 
Watson, Carey Herbert 
Weals, Ernest 
Weatherly, Arthur L 
Webb, Henry Wilson 
Weeden, William Orne 
Weil, Frank Taylor 
Weist, Sireno Carl (Carl S) 
Welch, Daniel Moses 
Welham, Frederic 



Wellman, Gordon Boit 
*Wellman, Joshua Wyman 

Wells, Charles Luke 
♦Wells, David CoUin 

Wentworth, Henry Harding 

West, Julius Peter 

Westmeat, Arthur Sheridan 

Whalley, John Thomas 
♦Wheeler, Arthur Martin 

Wheeler, Benjamin Webb 

Wheeler, Edward Payson 

Wheeler, Sheldon Harley 

Wheeler, Wilmot Henry 

Wheelock, Arthur Stanley 

Wheelwright, Joseph 

Whipple, Frank Lewis 
♦White, Charles Abner 
♦White, Frank Newhall 

White, Hugh Vernon 
♦Whitehill, John 
♦Whitney, Henry Mitchell 
♦Whitney, Joel Fiske 
♦Whittlesey, Eliphalet 

Wickey, Norman Jay Gould 
♦Wilcox, Asher Henry 
♦Wild, Azel Washburn 

Wiley, John Corbin 

Wiley, Walter Bradford 
♦Willard, John 

Willard, Thomas Rigney 
♦Willby, William Henry James 1914 
♦Willcox, Giles Buckingham 1851 

Willcox, Inman Lyon 
♦Williams, Charles Henry 

Williams, David Rees 
♦Williams, Edward Moore 

Williams, Granville Mercer 
♦Williams, Herbert DeWitt 
♦Williams, John Healy 
♦Williams, John Kilbourn 

Williams, Mark William 
♦Williams, Mosely Hooker 
♦Williams, Rees 
♦Williams, Theodore Chickering 

1882 

Williams, Walter Byron 1904 

Williamson, James DeLong 1875 



1916 

1850 

1882 

1885 

1892 

1905 

1916 

1885 

1863 

1916 

1874 

1875 

1886 

1917 

1893 

1894 

1873 

1881 

1918 

1861 

1868 

1871 

1851 

1919 

1863 

1862 

1921 

1922 

1853 

1870 



1889 
1863 
1913 
1868 
1918 
1894 
1873 
1866 
1892 
1867 
1917 



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INDEX OF ALUMNI 



Williamson, James Scollay 
*Williston, Martin Luther 

Wilson, John Brainerd 
*Wilson, Moses Eaton 

Wilson, William Jerome 

Winer, Pascal Wolf 

Winn, Fred Emery 

Winship, Albert Edward 
*Winslow, Lyman Walker 

Wise, James Waterman 

Witter, Theodore Volney 
*Wolcott, William Edgar 

Wolfson, Harry Austryn 

Wood, Arthur Evans 
*Wood, Franklin Parker 

Wood, Josiah Alonzo 

Wood, Ross Everett 

Wood, Sumner Gilbert 
*Woodbury, Francis Porter 

Woodruff, Francis Winthrop 
*Woodruff, Henry Collins 
*Woods, Robert Archey 



CLASS 

1890 
1869 
1887 
1845 
1912 
1925 
1893 
1875 
1867 
1922 
1911 
1881 
1910 
1911 
1871 
1887 
1916 
1880 
1864 
1926 
1871 
1888 



CLASS 

*Woods, Robert McEwen 1872 
*Woodwell, George Masters 1887 
♦Woodwell, William Haskell 1872 
*Woodworth, Leverett Supply 1874 

Wright, James Altonyer 
♦Wright, James Edward 

Wright, Leavitt Olds 
*Wright, Malan Humphrey 
♦Wright, Newell Stephen 
♦Wright, Reuben Bean 
♦Wright, Thomas 
*Wright, William Burnet 



1914 
1865 
1915 
1879 
1873 
1877 
1839 
1861 



Yabuki, Keiki 1914 

Yale, David Lewis 1892 

Yanagihara, Sadajiro 1916 

*Young, Albert Adams 1861 

*Young, George Shiel 1910 

Zeiger, Franklin 1920 

Zelson, Louis Gabriel 1920 

Zuver, Dudley DeForest 1923 



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